The unstable atmosphere was getting more agitated all day with increased amounts of virga that eventually reached the ground as scattered sheets of rain showers training east in a narrow corridor. As a weather spotter I sensed that an interesting weather event was imminent. I waited for over 3 hours with a front row seat on the causeway before my intuition came true - a rainbow appeared over West Island. With the sun breaking through at the end of the day and light showers still active, the ingredients of a rainbow coalesced perfectly over West Island. No two people ever see the exact same rainbow because of the precise angle, however many witnessed a double-rainbow from the causeway as it arced over the island looking east.
The phenomena lasted less than 2 minutes.