Rare 'rainbow clouds' have been lighting up the sky over parts of London. Officially these clouds are known as iridescent clouds, where very small water droplets or ice crystals scatter light individually.
The effect is similar to the colours often seen when oil lies on the surface of water.
It's not the first time these clouds have appeared over the South East. Earlier this month, rainbow clouds were spotted over Surrey.
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