I was just finished with a 4 mile run at the Thomas B. Davis YMCA, when I glanced up to look at the stars. I noticed 4 dimly lit lights in the sky, that I at first took to be stars. I realized that they were too big to be stars and they were the wrong colors. They seemed to be grouped together in a cross-like pattern and the colors were white, green, red and orange. After watching them for several minutes, I also realized they were moving together in formation. In the 20 or so minutes I watched them, they moved approximatly 10 degrees North to South. I decided at this time to see if I could find some friends of mine, or maybe a police officer with a radar gun, at a coffe shop I frequented at this time. I had no luck, so returned to the track about 20 minutes later. The lights were still there, at approximatly the same height, but their orientation had changed. The white light was still in the lead but the 2 lights that had upper and lower of the cross were now switched, and after watching for another 20 minutes, the entire cluster was moving from South to North. Nothing else of significance happened and I left, feeling sure the whole thing must have been some kind of atmosheric disturbance of some kind. It does seem to me that the next days news cast mentioned that other people in the area had also seen lights in the sky that night, although I cannot now find any evidence of this now.