Double rainbow graces early morning sky


An early morning rainbow appeared in southwest Sedalia Tuesday, giving rise to hopes for a sunny day. The rainbow appeared at 6:20 a.m. right before another spat of rain hit the Sedalia area. A second rainbow, on left, is barely visible against the darkening sky.


After two rainy days in the Sedalia area, Tuesday morning’s double rainbow brought the promise of sun and blue skies. Although the National Weather Service reported temperatures may reach 80 Wednesday, there is a 50 percent chance for rain and a 70 percent chance of rain Wednesdsay night. Thursday is predicted to be sunny.


An early morning rainbow appeared in southwest Sedalia Tuesday, giving rise to hopes for a sunny day. The rainbow appeared at 6:20 a.m. right before another spat of rain hit the Sedalia area. A second rainbow, on left, is barely visible against the darkening sky.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TSD051116Rainbow-1.jpgAn early morning rainbow appeared in southwest Sedalia Tuesday, giving rise to hopes for a sunny day. The rainbow appeared at 6:20 a.m. right before another spat of rain hit the Sedalia area. A second rainbow, on left, is barely visible against the darkening sky.

After two rainy days in the Sedalia area, Tuesday morning’s double rainbow brought the promise of sun and blue skies. Although the National Weather Service reported temperatures may reach 80 Wednesday, there is a 50 percent chance for rain and a 70 percent chance of rain Wednesdsay night. Thursday is predicted to be sunny.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TSD051116Rainbow-2.jpgAfter two rainy days in the Sedalia area, Tuesday morning’s double rainbow brought the promise of sun and blue skies. Although the National Weather Service reported temperatures may reach 80 Wednesday, there is a 50 percent chance for rain and a 70 percent chance of rain Wednesdsay night. Thursday is predicted to be sunny.

An early morning rainbow appeared in southwest Sedalia Tuesday, giving rise to hopes for a sunny day. The rainbow appeared at 6:20 a.m. right before another spat of rain hit the Sedalia area. A second rainbow, on left, is barely visible against the darkening sky.

After two rainy days in the Sedalia area, Tuesday morning’s double rainbow brought the promise of sun and blue skies. Although the National Weather Service reported temperatures may reach 80 Wednesday, there is a 50 percent chance for rain and a 70 percent chance of rain Wednesdsay night. Thursday is predicted to be sunny.

Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Sedalia Democrat

Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

comments powered by Disqus