Sea smoke over the Kyle

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If the air is still and cold enough (a difference of 10°C or more), great wisps of sea smoke hover and drift above the water surface called sea smoke, frost smoke, or steam fog. The “smoke” is water vapor that forms when cold air moves over relatively warmer water and the thin layer of. . .

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