Fog filled the Grand Canyon in a rare temperature inversion — when warm air acts as a lid and traps cool air and fog below it — on Friday, November 29th. Park ranger Erin Whittaker told The Daily Mail that inversions happen once or twice a year, but ones that affect the entire Grand Canyon only happen about every ten years. The Grand Canyon National Park has shared a number of breathtaking photos of the rare event on its Facebook page, and you can watch video footage captured by Steve Reeder on YouTube.
images via Grand Canyon National Park
via The Daily Mail