Fogbows or white rainbow were spotted across England and onlookers rushed to take photos. It was captured over Sea Palling beach on December 18 afternoon. For the unversed, a fogbow forms due to sunlight interacting with water droplets. According to UK Met's Office, "A fogbow is similar in some respects to a traditional rainbow forming from sunlight interacting with water droplets contained in fog, mist or cloud rather than interacting with raindrops as it does in a classical rainbow."
The rare weather phenomenon stunned Brits and people started sharing lovely pictures capturing it. Calling it beautiful, a user wrote, "I’ve never seen a fogbow before. How beautiful! Taken looking over the car park at @NWTCleyCentre." Another said, "Fog in #Filey today made for an interesting walk. Saw my first fogbow."
Check the Reactions here: