Are these eggs blown here on the storm winds?

Are these eggs blown here on the storm winds?

Observation - Are these eggs blown here on the storm winds? - UK and Ireland. Description: White gelatinous tubular structure (3mm high x 3 mm diameter + some appendages) inside a sphere of liquid. I got to see them after they had been around for at least 36 hrs. Most of the liquid had leaked out and was still visible as a wet-looking stain

White gelatinous tubular structure (3mm high x 3 mm diameter + some appendages) inside a sphere of liquid. I got to see them after they had been around for at least 36 hrs. Most of the liquid had leaked out and was still visible as a wet-looking stain around them. They were all over the driveway to the block and also under the deep recessed canopies of flats so they must have drifted there in the air before landing. Density of cover, about 2 to 5 per sq dm. Those exposed on the drive had lost all their internal moisture, drying to a small heap of crumbly pure white chalk.
Are they likely to be eggs from some amphibian or sea-creature, blown here on the storm winds? They seem quite large and very numerous.