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12-10-2019 18:06:06

The sky turned a deep purple before Typhoon Hagibis hit the coast of Japan

Just before Typhoon Hagibis hit Japan, the sky turned an electric purple and pink. Before evacuating their homes, the residents took pictures of the dazzling sky and posted them to social media. They’re now going viral. The peculiar weather phenomenon is known as scattering. It occurs when heavy rain washes the large molecules out of the sky that typically absorbs most light. Just the small molecules are left, and they cause the rest of the light to scatter. Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories. Hours before Typhoon Hagibis made a devastating impact on Japan, citizens noticed a peculiar weather phenomenon in the sky. To the confusion of many, the sky didn’t turn a dark grey as it does before most storms. Instead, the clouds turned a deep purple, almost looking like cotton candy. Before the residents evacuated their homes, they turned to social media to document the strange phenomena. Check out below what the sky looked like from the streets of Japan. 空の色めちゃくちゃ紫やねんけど😅— おおはし (@Ca___virgo) October 11, 2019駅からでたら、そこは魔界だった— しう忙多坊 (@Desu_unknown) October 11, 2019空の色がおかしい….日本が終わる予兆か???— あらーとくん⚠️ 🅙 (@ara_to1) October 11, 2019紫の空色が不気味過ぎる💧— ぷうきち🍓𖡿🥞𖡿🐾 (@pupupu42124) October 11, 2019いっぱいとった— メスゴリラ (@ika_mesugorira) October 11, 2019These pictures became viral on Twitter as it shows an unusual appearance of the sky.What's behind these pink clouds?The color is not totally "pink", but a "pinkish red" or "purplish red". We can sometimes see it, specifically during sunrise/sunset.#Hagibis #TyphoonHagibis— Matthew S. Cuyugan (@MatthewSCuyugan) October 11, 2019 The purple sky is actually known as scattering, and it occurs when heavy rains rid the atmosphere of larger particles that abord most light. What’s left are smaller particles that scatter the light in all directions. The result is an electric sky, filled with purple and pink colors. While it may be a natural phenomenon, it may also foreshadow devastation to come. “A beautiful scene, indeed,” one Twitter user wrote. “But beneath it lies a big catastrophe. Pray for Japan, everyone.”Read more: At least 1 person dead as the most powerful typhoon to hit Japan in 60 years makes landfall 9 surprising things you didn’t know about Japan There’s an abandoned luxury hotel on a remote island in Japan and the eerie photos will give you goosebumps The post The sky turned a deep purple before Typhoon Hagibis hit the coast of Japan appeared first on Business Insider Nederland.
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