Beautiful Rainbows Over Atlantic City Area After Hurricane Ian
In the midst four days of non-stop rain, the direct result of the remnants of Hurricane Ian in the Southern New Jersey region, we have been receiving beautiful photos this morning of spectacular rainbows that have been forming in the Greater Atlantic City area.
Michael Heath sent us some beautiful photos just as the rainbow could be visually observed at daylight today:
First, here’s a double rainbow, one is brighter than the other, with such vivid, vibrant colors.
Here is an amazing photo, taken by Robert Boselli in Ventnor, New Jersey at about 7:30 a.m., this morning, Wednesday, October 5, 2022.
Just in case you wondered how are rainbows formed, it’s a pretty amazing process.
From National Geographic Society, they describe it like this:
“When sunlight hits a rain droplet, some of the light is reflected. The electromagnetic spectrum is made of light with many different wavelengths, and each is reflected at a different angle. Thus, spectrum is separated, producing a rainbow.”
Think about it, rainbows always follow bad weather. It’s sort of God's way of restoring optimism after a dreary pattern of bad weather.
There’s something magical about looking up into the sky and witnessing a beautiful rainbow.
We hope that you’ve had the opportunity to see this natural beauty today … earned, especially after 4 consecutive days of rain and wind.
SOURCE: National Geographic Society
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