Total Cloud Inversion in the Grand Canyon

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Via Laughing Squid:

Last Thursday, December 11, 2014, the Grand Canyon was filled with a sea of fog in a stunningly beautiful and rare weather event. The fog was trapped in the canyon by warm air above in what is known as a total cloud inversion.


That's Not a Mushroom Cloud, Just a Very Rare Natural Phenomenon

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Peter Lowenstein captured this rare rainbow pileus cloud, which was later picked up by NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day.