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The phenomemon was seen in Dumfries and Galloway with Sharon Derrick shared a video of the sun over Bristol and said: “Bristol looks like the film The Red Planet…
the weather is bizarre.” On Twitter, Professor Brian Cox explained it as “dust in the atmosphere” as his followers quizzed him about the strange sight.
Met Office forecaster Grahame Madge said: “It’s all connected with Ophelia, on the eastern side of the low pressure system air is coming up in the southern direction.
“Air is being pulled from southern Europe and Africa and that air contains a lot of dust.