You know what they say, after the tornado comes the rainbow. That’s what they say, right?
In the afternoon on Sunday, November 7, Vancouverites were blessed with rainbows in the city as the sun peaked out after raining most of the day.
The colourful additions to the skyline were welcome after a rocky weekend of weather that included the city’s first tornado watch in recent memory.
Take a look at the rainbows Vancouverites saw after heavy rain and whipping winds hampered the city:
— Anna Bell 🇳🇴🇮🇳🇨🇦 (@anneswriting) November 7, 2021
— Amelia (@mmmelia) November 7, 2021
— Drew & Amanda (@DrewMandaStyle) November 7, 2021
It’s happening again! Vancouver 🌈 rainbow! pic.twitter.com/fpFmQztqiY
— Liz Eccleston (@LizEccleston) November 7, 2021
Just another rainbow in Vancouver pic.twitter.com/JntXkhxPpA
— Jas (@YogaJas) November 7, 2021
— susannab (@susanna_brook) November 7, 2021
— Dr. Yvette Lu (@yvettelu) November 7, 2021
Vancouver rainbow trying valiantly to follow up from two days ago. pic.twitter.com/WaRXk6itwC
— Andrew Fleming (@flematic) November 7, 2021
Sunday afternoon rainbow with another faint one above it! #SundayFunday #rainbow #Sunday #bcstorm #Vancouver #November #crazyweather #WestCoast #mothernature #StormHour #ShareYourWeather #DoubleRainbow pic.twitter.com/ZaINYJFeTO
— Michelle Valancius (@howyougo) November 7, 2021
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