It’s Called a “Moon Halo”

Last night, you may have noticed the peculiar ring around the moon. According to Georgia State, that was a “moon halo” caused by refraction off stratospheric ice crystals. The Farmer’s Almanac would like to chip in that a moon halo indicates impending bad weather, and that has a 90% chance of being true tonight.

Photo Kirill Makarenko

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