SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - The cold morning following a winter storm brought a beautiful sight to the sky in many places across KELOLAND.
Viewers sent in photos of sundogs they spotted outside Friday morning.
According to KELOLAND Meteorologist Brian Karstens, sundogs are members of the halo family. You can see sundogs low and vivid on the horizon. Sundogs can be spotted other times of the year, but they are most vivid in frigid cold air. That environment supports the right kind of ice crystals needed to make the wonderful displays.
We want to encourage you to send us pictures of sundogs or other sights of the winter season. Email the photos to email@example.com and we'll share them on-air and online.