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OMG! What Does This Mean? Pink Sunset, Double Rainbow, and Other Wonders of Our Weekend Skies

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OMG! Did you catch the late afternoon showers last night? Or the lightning? Or the double rainbow? The skies above Los Angeles were full of wonder and miracles yesterday, indeed. Gaping, marveling, gesticulating, and photo-taking all totally acceptable reactions.

When it comes to "what does this mean?" for all you double rainbow guys out there, well, we could get all nerdy with the subtropical moisture and the low pressure ridge talk, but that might be best left to the weather folks. Our style: A morning-after revisit via photos.