It was quite a sight for many in Arizona, waking up to see the early morning sky a shade of purple.

According to a CNN report, the light from a medical marijuana farm is what filled the sky over Arizona city Snowflake with a purple glow.

Cara Smith says that the grow lights from medical marijuana farm Copperstone Farms had reflected off of the fog in the city, and turned the early morning sky purple.

Copperstate Farms is the largest medical marijuana wholesaler in the state.

“The purple lights are always there but don’t usually light up the sky like this,” she told CNN. “It had snowed that morning and was still very foggy and cloudy.”

Snowflake is in Navajo County, Arizona. It is roughly 175 miles northeast of Phoenix and 50 miles southwest of the Petrified Forest National Park.

The county posted a photo that Smith had taken of the sky onto its Facebook page.

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