THIS great ‘red sky at night’ photo was taken at 5.05pm on Sunday by Tim Nicholson at Bramshott Grange in Tudor Crescent, Liphook.

A Met Office spokesman said: “A red sky appears when dust and small particles are trapped in the atmosphere by high pressure. When the sun is setting in the west, its light passes through hundreds of miles of atmosphere, leaving only red light to give the sky its notable appearance when it hits the clouds above you.

“A red sky at sunset means high pressure is moving in from the west, so therefore the next day will usually be dry and pleasant.”