(USA Today) A new viral video shows the Grand Canyon in rare form: filled to the brim with clouds.
The video shows a full cloud inversion, which is when cold air gets trapped close to the ground by a layer of warm air, and the moisture turns into condensation, creating a sea of thick fog.
Clouds swirl and push up against the canyon's rim as if it were a seashore. Those standing on the rim feel as if they are walking on clouds.
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