The sky turns blue at Sioux Falls, located in the US state of South Dakota. When the colors of the sky dazzle locals, the pictures and snaps are social media show.

The sky turns green over Sioux Falls, located in the US state of South Dakota, on July 5 when Hurricane Derecho made landfall. When the colors of the sky dazzle locals, the pictures and snaps are social media show.

Experts say it’s still unclear why the sky turns green, but the underlying cause is that clouds tend to emit blue light because they carry a lot of water and the sky turns color green when blue light combines with red and yellow sunset light.

EXPLAINED TO FEMALE In a statement from the National Weather Service, it said about 30,000 people were without power for hours in South Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa, where the derecho storm took effect. The statement said the storm in question had wind speeds of 93 kilometers per hour.

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