Just what all people in the WORLD now! Summer, 2016.
Diamond dust display of arcs and halos, viewed at approx 8,700 feet above a small town called Silvercreek, Colorado.
Fire rainbows are not actually rainbows and have no connection with fires. The true name for this exquisitely beautiful optical effect is “circumhorizontal arc”. The phenomenon can only be viewed under certain precise conditions: the cirrus clouds that act as prisms must be at least 20,000 feet high and the sun must strike them when it is at an elevation of 58 to 68 degrees. Fire rainbows are never seen at locations situated more than 55 degrees north or south.
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Eight Rainbows! Quite The Phenomenon...Seen In Lehigh Valley, PA.