An amazing cloud phenomenon called a ‘fire rainbow’ formed in the skies of Singapore on February 20, 2017 for just 15 minutes.

The incredible ball of multi-colored light formed ‘out of nowhere’ behind a cloud on Monday afternoon in North-East District, Singapore. It was so bright that onlookers even mistook it at first for a UFO as it loomed ominously across the skyline.

Fire rainbows – also known as circum horizontal arcs – are a rare occurrence caused by light bursting through cirrus clouds at high altitude.


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