Hurricane Earl's sunset sequence
Did anyone notice Hurricane Earl's spiral bands of clouds moving northwest across our area late Thursday afternoon and evening? The cloud bands from Earl helped to create a very interesting and colorful sunset for the Washington area. Tropical storms to the east combined with a setting sun to the west is often the perfect setup for great sunsets. During Thursday's sunset, Earl's distinct cloud bands were easily discernible as they painted long bands of color across our sky with the sun's fading light.
Keep reading to see Earl's sunset sequence from Thursday.
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