Have you ever seen the rain, coming down a sunny day?
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I've seen the rain coming from a sunny sky quite a few times. It happens here a lot in Arizona. There will be a cloudburst or thunderstorm somewhere in the distance and the high level winds will be so fierce that it drives the rain your way. And then, even though there are no clouds overhead, you get soaked. We've learned that if it doesn't even look like it could rain where you are, but it is raining in the distance, it's best to take an umbrella with you on your walk.
We have a saying in our country when the rain comes down a sunny day. It means the crow is getting married to the fox. :-)
In Connecticut we have a saying, "If you don't like the weather right now, wait 30 minutes and it'll probably change." It is amazing how conditions can change. Having said this, my answer is yes, I have seen rain under sunny skies with nary a cloud. It is not heavy rain but a precurser of more rain on the way. On two occasions I have seen this occur - I was driving on a quiet side road. It was a pretty day with lots of cloud cover and sun peeking brightly through these white clouds. All of the sudden on the left side of the road the sun was out while clouds rolled in on the right and just as suddenly it began to rain, but only on one side of the street. I must have been driving parallel to the rain because it stayed that way for a few minutes and, then, it all stopped. I thought it rather bizarre until I saw the gorgeous double rainbow. The other times was somewhat similar but it was sunny everywhere. Way cool!
That's amazing what you described.
Yes I have, it creates a rainbow!
Yes. Amazing isn't it?
Total Answers: 5, Total Page Views: 2,009.uh hello ever been to alberta! and who would want to be a weather man or woman here because anything can and will happen! just give it 5 minutes or look out your front room window!
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