Sea Smoke Rises From Gulf of Mexico Near Destin, Florida

StoryfulWeatherPublished: January 17, 201820 views
Published: January 17, 2018

Sea smoke floated over the coast of Destin, Florida, on Wednesday, January 17, as temperatures dropped close to freezing. Residents in Florida and Alabama shared video showing the sea smoke over the Gulf of Mexico. The phenomenon caused by cold air rolling over warm water is a common sight on the Great Lakes in winter but is rarely seen on the Gulf of Mexico. This video shows sea smoke off Destin, Florida, where daytime temperatures dropped to just 38 degrees Fahrenheit on Wednesday. Credit: Kendra Veach/www.iLoveDestin.com via Storyful

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