The final wave of rain exiting in the sunset hour promoted a rainbow frenzy.
The brief downpours caught some of us off guard, but the rain drops in the morning glow formed magnificent rainbows.
Much more awesome.
The dawn skies turned magnificent shades of purple and red and a rainbow arched across the western sky.
A rainbow Thursday evening originated from the World Trade Center - a hauntingly beautiful tribute.
On Thursday evening, the skies put on one of the most gorgeous rainbow shows I can recall.
Showers bubbling up Monday evening were small and highly localized, opening up creases for the sun's rays to intercept them.
In its total form, a rainbow truly never ends.
Rainbows painted the D.C. skyline on Wednesday afternoon where sun met rain.
As the sun set through the clouds and the occasional rain shaft, the sky tuned yellow, orange, and pink. And a few rainbows were witnessed.