Orlando woman spots witch in the clouds just days before Halloween

(Phyllis Sheridan)

Just days before Halloween, an Orlando resident spotted a witch in the shape of a cloud floating in the sky.

Phyllis Sheridan tells FOX 35 News that she was driving to work early Tuesday morning in Winter Garden when she saw the spooky-shaped formation and snapped a photo.

Sheridan said it was very weird to see the witch shape just a week and a half before Halloween, according to FOX News.

RELATED: CDC ranks trick-or-treating as a 'high-risk' Halloween activity

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released recommendations on how to celebrate Halloween this year, including encouraging people to skip trick-or-treating.

Halloween isn’t canceled nationally, but the CDC wants folks to modify how they celebrate the haunting holiday so that no one comes down with a case of coronavirus.

RELATED: 'It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown' to skip TV broadcast for first time in half a century

That means coming up with some creative alternatives and smaller gatherings. 

On their do’s and don’t's list: 

  • Traditional trick-or-treating and trunk or treating are considered high-risk. 
  • Trick-or-treating with to-go bags that are left out is considered a moderate-risk. 

Watch FOX 35 News for the latest local, national, and trending stories.