Sundogs showed up at dusk around the state on Wednesday night.
These "winter rainbows" are caused when light hits ice crystals in the air. The crystals cause the light to bend and that creates the unique formation in the sky.
Many of you sent in photos of your view of the sundogs. Take a look at our photo gallery below.
We will likely see more sundogs. KELOLAND Meteorologist Brian Karstens says the mock suns appear when we have really cold temperatures.