September 28, 2022
A woman in Florida captured a "fire rainbow" on camera and posted it on social media.

A woman in Florida captured a “fire rainbow” on camera and posted it on social media.

The effect, also called iridescent clouds, comes about promptly after thunderstorms. Water droplets form at the top of cumulus clouds as they cool, and then those drops become prisms for the fire-shaped rainbow that forms in the clouds.

Even when all other factors align, the sun still has to be exactly 58 degrees above the horizon in order to hit the prisms just right.

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Angela Capece shared the photo on Facebook, which was shared many times over.

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