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Temperature Inversion Causes the Grand Canyon to Flood with Clouds

December 15, 2014

Christopher Jobson

Grand Canyon Inversion: December 11, 2014

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Photo by Maci MacPherson for Grand Canyon National Park

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Photo by Maci MacPherson for Grand Canyon National Park

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Photo by Maci MacPherson for Grand Canyon National Park

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Photo by Maci MacPherson for Grand Canyon National Park

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Photo by Maci MacPherson for Grand Canyon National Park

Almost a year to the week after an extremely rare temperature inversion caused the Grand Canyon to fill with clouds, the phenomenon happened again. The Grand Canyon National Park had cameras at the ready and shot some fantastic photos from around the canyon as well as a timelapse video. (via Neatorama)

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