"Fernando Morón Torres, 26, was about to leave his son at the preschool in southern Stockholm when he looked up at the sky. Then he saw that the sun had a rainbow around it."
"– It was a bit scary, " he says."
"Fernando explains how he twitched when he discovered that the sun looked different."
" I thought, ”Wow, what is this?” So here I have never seen the sun before."
"the sun circle as Fernando witnessed is a 22-degree halo – the most common light phenomena in Sweden – according to Ian Engblom, meteorologist at the weather service Foreca."
"The round ring around the sun caused by high clouds containing ice crystals."
" – When the light passes through the clouds, a break that gives rise to this phenomenon."
"By a 22-degree halo could be seen in the Stockholm area was in easter."