12 News Meteorologist Jamie Kagol explains the strange-looking “slice” in the Arizona sky.
ARIZONA, USA — If there’s one factor Arizonans love, it is a good sunset.
If you’ve got seemed outdoors not too long ago, you will have seen what seemed like a “slice” in the summer season sky.
If you’re questioning what caused the unusual sunset, we requested 12 News Meteorologist Jamie Kagol to elucidate.
The answer is sort of easy. The sunshine creating the sunset is being blocked by thunderstorms in the distance… so principally you might be seeing the shadow of the thunderstorm (to the proper) slicing off the sunset (orange).
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