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See the sky turn green in South Dakota during derecho storm

The skies over Sioux Falls, South Dakota, turned green Tuesday night during a derecho storm. Experts say the green skies occur when blue light from rain clouds is combined with red and yellow light from a sunset. NBC’s Bill Karins talks about the spectacle and has the latest forecast on TODAY.
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