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Tracey took this a few months ago in Edgbaston, but we thought it was weird enough to deserve a spot.
This 'circumzenithal' or 'Bravias' arc appeared for around 40 minutes at 7.20pm last night.
They usually just last for a couple of moments and are caused by light shining at a specific angle through tiny ice crystals in the clouds.
They are much brighter than a normal rainbow with the colours in reverse order.
Victoria Unwin sent us these pictures, taken yesterday by her sister, over Coalville in Leicestershire.
Vinya spotted this dark shadowy line in front of a cloudy sky yesterday over Alfreton in Derbyshire - she's a bit puzzled!
Another shot of what appears to be two suns in the sky, taken last night over Elmesthorpe in Leicestershire. Alyson thought she was seeing double!
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Chris Taylor sent us this picture of an upside down rainbow over Stapleford in Nottinghamshire!
In more scientific language, it's called a 'circumzenithal arc', or 'Bravias' arc', and it appeared for around 40 minutes at around 7.20pm last night.
They usually just last for a couple of moments and are caused by light shining at a specific angle through tiny ice crystals in the clouds.They are much brighter than a normal rainbow with the colours in reverse order.
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Viewer Darren Yeomans sent us this picture of a dazzling sun over Warwick. He's spotted what looks like a second sun in the sky - and called it a "Sun Ghost!"
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