Gorgeous Transition of Colors in Post-Storm Evening Sky

Tuesday night's storm brought lots of damage- but afterwards, Philadelphians flocked to social media to record beautiful pictures of the evening sky as the sun set. You could see any shade of pink, red, orange, and yellow depending on your angle and exact timing.

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Tuesday night's storm brought lots of damage- but afterwards, Philadelphians flocked to social media to record beautiful pictures of the evening sky as the sun set. You could see any shade of pink, red, orange, and yellow depending on your angle and exact timing.
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Terri Caruso-Cafiso
One viewer captured a deep pink/purple sky as the sun was setting.
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rick trier
The clouds billowed out in puffy shapes in all directions.
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Brian Hand
A view of the Philly skyline after the storm, as seen from Collingswood, N.J.
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The sky in Northeast Philadelphia after storm, around 9:00 p.m.
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The colors changed extremely rapidly due to the quick-moving nature of the storm clouds.
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Ewing, NJ
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Tuesday night's sunset, shot for D&J Photography
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The Philly skyline from along the river.
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A closer view of the skyscrapers along a Philadelphia road.
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The clouds extended for miles, even giving the water a slight tint as well.
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LourdesPerez
Vineland, N.J., right after the storm passed through.
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Dominic Mcfadden
Even with the sun hidden, the entire sky lit up above the trees.
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A view of the Schuylkill River as the sun sets off in the distance.
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Dana Marie Moore
Outside the Mayfair Diner in Northeast Philadelphia
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Shelton Richardson
This fiery sunset picture shows the view from Pottstown, PA.
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Even a more typical yellow-orange sky appears textured with the billowing clouds.
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Lastly, this lemon-yellow cloud formation over Northeast Philadelphia truly shows the full range of colors visible from Tuesday night's storm.
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