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A rainbow lights up the sky over Vancouver

We don't get many thunderstorms here in Vancouver, but we do get the occasional rainbow. Especially this time of the year. The sun's always low on the horizon, and the sky often clear in the West in the late afternoon. This allows the setting sun to shine in under the rain clouds in the East. That’s exactly what happened last Friday, and the most spectacular rainbow lit up the sky over Vancouver. 

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