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Just before Typhoon Hagibis made Japan, the sky turned an electric purple and pink. Before evacuating their residences, the residents took pictures of the dazzling sky and posted them to social media. They’re now running viral. The peculiar climate phenomenon is known as scattering. It occurs when heavy rain baths the great molecules out of the sky that typically assimilates most light. Merely the smaller molecules are left, and they cause the rest of the light to scatter. Visit Insider’s homepage for more narratives.

Hours before Typhoon Hagibis made a devastating impact on Japan, citizens noticed a peculiar climate phenomenon in the sky.

To the embarrassment of many, the sky didn’t turn a nighttime grey-haired as it does before most blizzards. Instead, the glooms turned a deep purple, virtually looking like cotton candy. See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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