Rainbows are seen quite often, but an upside down rainbow? Now that's something a little bit different. 


Perhaps it's an omen that we are in store for a good day? The sky is smiling down on us? Use your own interpretation, but we just think that it was a pretty cool site on a beautiful Friday morning.

According to The Weather Network, an upside down rainbow is also known as a circumzenithal arc, and they actually aren't a rainbow at all. It is a very odd phenomenon that are the result of ice crystals in the atmosphere bouncing off the suns rays. Pretty cool.