Grand Canyon Filled with Rare Weather Phenomenon or Fog

Grand Canyon Filled with Rare Weather Phenomenon or Fog
What an awe-inspiring sight! A few days ago, on Friday, November 29, The Grand Canyon was taken over by a rare weather phenomenon that filled the entire canyon with a thick layer of fog. The occurrence, called a temperature inversion, caused everyone, including rangers, to flock to the rim to take photos of it.
As the Grand Canyon National Park Facebook page stated, "Rangers wait for years to see it. Word spread like wildfire and most ran to the rim to photograph it. What a fantastic treat for all!"

Grand Canyon Filled with Rare Weather Phenomenon or Fog
via Grand Canyon National Park Facebook


via Grand Canyon National Park Facebook

Photo: Debra Henley
Grand Canyon Filled with Rare Weather Phenomenon or Fog
Photo: Dan Ng, Albright Training Center, NPS
Grand Canyon Filled with Rare Weather Phenomenon or Fog
via Grand Canyon National Park Facebook
Grand Canyon Filled with Rare Weather Phenomenon or Fog
via Grand Canyon National Park Facebook

Grand Canyon Filled with Rare Weather Phenomenon or Fog
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Grand Canyon Filled with Rare Weather Phenomenon or Fog
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Grand Canyon Filled with Rare Weather Phenomenon or Fog
Photo: Mateis Maehler

Grand Canyon Filled with Rare Weather Phenomenon or Fog
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Grand Canyon Filled with Rare Weather Phenomenon or Fog
Photo: Stephanie Cook

Grand Canyon Filled with Rare Weather Phenomenon or Fog
Photo: Nicole Buchler


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