Sky turns GREEN in South Dakota as giant hail strong winds and severe weather damage everything on its path (videos and pictures)


As millions of residents found themselves in the path of severe storms Tuesday, one state in particular received a colorful concoction in the skies as rain and hail fell.

The sky turns green during a severe storm in downtown Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on July 5, 2022. Twitter/jkarmill
The sky turns green during a severe storm in downtown Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on July 5, 2022. Picture: Twitter/jkarmill

Storms passed through South Dakota during the Tuesday afternoon hours, leaving behind considerable rainfall, hail and wind reports.

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The most unique portion of the severe weather came in its particular hue, eschewing the typical gloomy grey skies for a green shade more in common with night vision goggles than daytime thunderstorms.

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The hue covered the South Dakota hub of Sioux Falls throughout the late afternoon hours.

For an explanation of the sharp contrast in colors, meteorologists points to the late-afternoon fuel source of the storms.

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Thunderstorms tend to occur later in the day due (to) the sun’s energy during the day helping to fuel them,” Longley stated. “As we know, the sun appears more red later in the day as it approaches the horizon.

Once light underneath tall thunderclouds is introduced, the combination of red sunlight and blue lights leads to the green colors engulfing the sky.

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Light underneath a tall thundercloud appears blue due to the scattering by water droplets,” Longley said. “When the blue light is illuminated by the red light from the setting sun, it appears green, which is why some thunderstorms have that greenish hue to it.

Video taken from Sioux Falls amidst the strong winds, thunderstorms and hail captured the greenish color, which was the view for many residents in the area…

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Sioux Falls was slammed with more than 3 inches of rain within a few hours of the storms starting up Tuesday, while wind was also a top concern.

Top wind gusts reported in South Dakota Tuesday included a 96-mph gust in Huron, as well as immense gusts felt in Agar (91 mph), Ree Heights (87 mph) and Wall Lake (85 mph).

“Typically, severe thunderstorm wind damage tends to be much more localized to a part of a community, whereas this cluster of thunderstorms may create widespread damage over a much larger area,” AccuWeather Meteorologist La Troy Thornton explained.

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  1. How odd, green skies. It makes me think of the four horsemen in Revelations. The fourth one rides a green horse. King James version translates it as a pale horse, but the correct translation is green horse.

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  3. Well i have seen it as well very this weekkend. I also saw rainbow with two cross over it… I have photoes for security reasons and fear of Ayatollahs even in this old good USA , we try send you. It was so peaceful look at the crosses over same clouds you all are talking abouting it. Today Russia ordered thier nuclear bombs to exercise for readiness. Why there is not a demonstrations in any where in the world for world peace and stop WW3? I guess we have duped us so good indeed?

  4. I’ve seen skies turn green, blue, and orange with storms like these. Usually a tornado warning sign. I didn’t see the green ufo in that video. Love watching storms out here in the mountains. Got plenty of good pictures. Got one picture where we had a tornado warning with some serious dark blue clouds where a tornado almost formed.

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  5. Common sight in tornado alley during tornado season. My kids would ask during storms “What color is the sky, momma? Is it green?” They would relax when I’d tell them it was blue or grey.

    Some one with more “learnin’ ” than me tell me how red and blue make green. I’ve always been under the assumption that red and blue made purple and yellow and blue make green.

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