A cloud inversion in the Grand Canyon

On rare days, cold air is trapped in the Grand Canyon under a layer of warm air which, in combination with moisture and condensation, create what’s called a full cloud inversion, which resembles something in between ocean waves and fast-moving clouds.   Beautiful!

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3 Responses to “A cloud inversion in the Grand Canyon”

  1. williambearcat Says:

    Wow!

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  2. ashiftinconsciousness Says:

    Wow, this is spectacularly beautiful.

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  3. Edward Says:

    What a gem. We had better enjoy the view before Trump privatizes the park.

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