Circumhorizontal arc in Georgia
© Stacey Wood
Take a look at the attached image! It's what appears to be a rare "fire rainbow" in Lavonia, Georgia, captured by Stacey Wood. This occurs when the ice crystals in the high level clouds refracts the sunlight in just the right way.

It is not caused by fire, so the name "fire rainbow" can be misleading. When it is fully formed, it will make a complete arc across the clouds.

We don't see these very often, so I am thrilled that Stacey got this snapshot!