Ophelia Turns London Skies Orange

London's skies were coloured in hues of murky orange, as the remnants of Hurricane Ophelia slammed into the British Isles, killing at least three people in Ireland. 

According to the Met Office, the red sun was caused by winds pulling up Saharan dust. This dust is then reflected and refracted in longer wavelengths, giving it a red appearance in the sky.



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