Weather Why: Crepuscular Rays

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In late September, a number of viewers submitted photos of what are called crepuscular rays. These are rays of light that extended from the horizon after the sun had set with no clouds in the sky. They wondered what causes these rays to appear, as they don’t happen every night. Meteorologist Megan Salois explains the science behind crepuscular rays.

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