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The Sky Turns Orange In Unusual Weather Phenomenon

The sky is lit up orange in central Fukuoka at 6:39 p.m. on Sunday.

FUKUOKA -- Central Fukuoka basked in an orange glow on Sunday as rain clouds were lit up by a stream of late sun breaking through a gap in the clouds.

The weather caused buildings in the area to turn a sepia color, giving the city an unusual glow.

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