Sea Smoke Rises from Lake Superior in Minnesota

StoryfulWeatherPublished: December 27, 2017Updated: December 28, 2017
Published: December 27, 2017Updated: December 28, 2017

Sea smoke rose above Lake Superior as the air temperatures dipped well below freezing while water temperatures stayed above freezing on Tuesday, December 26. This video shows the phenomenon near Two Harbors, Minnesota. The National Weather Service said temperatures dipped well below zero overnight. The low temperature in International Falls broke a record at -36 degrees on Wednesday morning. The sea smoke phenomenon happens when air temperatures are well below the temperature of the water. Credit: Facebook/Aaron Wernimont Images via Storyful

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