Today, November 24, I was driving to Austin from Waco along I-35. When I was around Georgetown or Round Rock, a bright light passed directly overhead and went seemingly due south (not quite parallel with the highway). I was able to see it for 2-3 minutes. It didn’t appear to have flashing lights like I would expect to see on an airliner. It looked more like just the headlights of a plane, but the plane was heading away from me.
I think I can rule out a satellite because the sky was overcast with high clouds, although I couldn’t really discern how overcast at that time of day. Also, it was brighter than most satellites, and those that are as bright are not bright for very long. I think I can rule out a bolide because it lasted too long. I would also expect a bolide to have been above the clouds and backlit them. Whatever I saw did not.
I did see several other planes flying around the same time, and they all appeared to be much lower and all also had clearly seen flashing lights.