South Carolina residents were treated to a stunning sight Sunday: a phenomenon known as a "fire rainbow." According to Amusing Planet, fire rainbows, also known as circumhorizontal arcs, are "formed by hexagonal, plate-shaped ice crystals in high-level cirrus clouds." The sun must be at an angle higher than 58 degrees when the light hits the crystals, forming what appears to be a rainbow cloud in the sky, AccuWeather reports.
A snow-flocked tree is one of nature's most beautiful sights, in my humble opinion. This low-hanging tree over a snow covered path almost brings me to tears. This is: White Winter Night. It is my favorite pin on one of my favorite boards: TREE
1. Supercells: Supercells are gigantic, spinning storms that have the tendency to be extremely destructive and create tornadoes. Supercells are the most dangerous of the four major storm types. They’re the most rare, but they are also insanely scary to look at… so if you see one coming, drive the other way.
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