Naples, FL USA (clouds Fall+colors sky ). Photo by Kavannah
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Naples, FL USA

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Saturday November 17, 2012

Naples, FL (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Rainbow Cloud clear dry day. 11 17 2012 4:00 PM

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2. Kavannah
11:02 AM GMT on November 27, 2012
That is the commonly accepted theory, yes.
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1. Clabo
3:15 AM GMT on November 26, 2012
Hey, still a perfect 10... :D

Offhand, "rainbow clouds" are that way because ice crystals waaaaaaay high up act as little prisms to form those rainbows. Up there, it's c-c-c-cold, so any water crystallises to ice.
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About Kavannah

Kavannah

I am an avid skywatcher. I photograph at least twice a day usually dusk and dawn for most images. I have been capturing unusual or uncategorized pictures nearly everyday. I have been diligent about debunking common causes. I can find no correlation with the photos and the weather (ie: humidity levels, temperature, barometric pressure, sunspot activity, electromagnetic earth readings, or even pollen counts).

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