Typhoon Hagibis Turned Skies In Japan Purply Pink

Typhoon Hagibis

Typhoon Hagibis is so large right now that it stretches across the whole length of the archipelago, and people in Japan have been told to “protect their lives” as they plan for it to make landfall.

This sunset lit up the sky with such unusual hues that people saw it as a scary harbinger of the end days.


Purple sunsets are usually seen with typhoons, as storm clouds distort the ultraviolet light from the sun as it sets.

The low-level clouds underneath the typhoon cause small bits in the atmosphere to change the direction of light rays, forcing them to scatter and making the colors look purple.

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