Sky Turns Pink Over Japan Before Powerful Cyclone Hagibis Hits [VIDEO]

Hours before the dawn of Saturday, Typhoon Hagibis hit the shores of Japan, the locals witnessed a rare spectacle: a pink sky.

Numerous images of the phenomenon, captured on Friday night, appeared on the networks.

According to the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the color of the sunset is determined by several factors, such as clouds in the troposphere and the presence of dust particles in the air.

The Japan Meteorological Agency forecasts maximum sustained winds of 126 kilometers per hour .

This speed is equivalent to that of a category 1 hurricane and notes that Hagibis moves at 30 kilometers per hour in the direction of Tokyo.


Watch the viral Twitter video and see the images down below!


Source: ActualidadRT