Crystals of ice no larger than dust motes form the highest cirrus clouds, where the air is well below freezing. The halos produced by sunlight shining through this layer were once used to predict weather, as they often signal the first hint of moisture from an approaching rainstorm.
Kansas City, Missouri, 2005
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