A sun pillar appeared in the clouds over the southern part of the Transdanubian region at sunrise on Saturday. Iridescent clouds were also observed in Hungary over the weekend.
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A sun pillar is formed when the light is reflected by the larger cloud crystals at sunrise or sunset. On Saturday morning it could be seen in Kaposvár:
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On Friday morning, the sun pillar appeared in Debrecen on the other side of the country, but it was weaker.
The iridescent clouds were photographed in Hagyeshalom, Homokmégy, and Gödöllő.
Featured image: A solar column in the sky before sunrise, photographed from the outskirts of Debrecen on April 28, 2021. Photo by Zsolt Czeglédi/MTI