Visibility IV / V
Earlier in the day, halo was available on the Turku side, albeit only in the form of a rather small 22 ° ring (last picture). In the direction of Raisio, I then waded from the sky like the right side sun and the horizon ring, and then, of course, quickly recovered from it. I snaped in the situation of a few telecams. Suddenly that was over and the cloud mass was moving in such a bad direction that there wasn't really anything left to develop then.
While rubbing the pictures on the plane from there, a little extra stuff was found down from the side sun. Similarly, the side ones were only found on the machine, I didn't get to the grain as a visual.
The lower arch of Lowitz is at least there now, the jury will then be able to nut that shorter shore. Does it go ring-shaped or as a lower alternative? The latter would be supported by the slightly deviating starting angle of the annular Lowitz arc from the side sun in the simulated instantly massaged with HaloRay. In my pictures, that shore would seem to fold a little steeper towards the 22 ° ring. Or just imagine: D
Edit 10.5. Riikonen's Marko had simulated and compared one of the squares I had taken to the simulation and came to the conclusion that that stub is better suited to be annular than the lower alternative. And of course, it also brings to your own eyes that Marko's output clearly becomes ring-shaped. So, in addition to the lower Lowitz already chosen at the beginning, I would like to join Ruks, thanks to Marko for his efforts.