Temperatures Plunge Along Lake Superior, Creating Sea Smoke

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

Temperatures plunged along Lake Superior on Wednesday, December 27, creating another day of ideal conditions for sea smoke to rise from the lake. The National Weather Service reported temperatures well below zero in the morning. Sea smoke forms when the air temperature is far below the temperature of the water below it, and it has been spotted along the Great Lakes Credit: Instagram/Trish Minogue via Storyful

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