Last Wednesday I was treated to a spectacular sunrise in the lower mainland near Vancouver. It started with deep reds changing to magentas, then to orange and yellows before the sun broke over the mountains to the east. The weather forecast that day was for heavy rainfall, the forecasters were right as the coastal areas of British Columbia ended up with a lot of rain that continued for the next few days, with some areas having flood warnings issued. It made me think of the saying “Red sky at night, sailors delight; red sky at morning, sailors take warning” that hints of bad weather on the way. – Leslie
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