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Once in a lifetime sight: The Grand Canyon filled with clouds

The Grand Canyon, already stunning and awe-inspiring as is, became twice that last November 29 when low level clouds filled it to the brim. This scene was made possible by a rare atmospheric condition called a ‘temperature inversion’, a phenomenon where cool air rises and warm air lowers, both meeting at the right spot to create fog. National Park officials say this occurs once or twice a year, but rarely with a perfect blue sky. Amazing what Mother Nature surprises us with from time to time, yes?

Via Io9

grand canyon with clouds coming in
grand canyon with clouds coming in
grand canyon with clouds coming in

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