Sunrise over Lake Washington found steam fog again this morning. Also known as Arctic Sea Smoke, it's formed by cold air moving over warmer water. Our early season cold snap, and relatively warm waters of the lake make a perfect condition for this type of fog. #wawx #seattle
Julie Eaton is a lobster boat captain with a talent for trapping and photographing. "Most of my favorite photos involve the arctic vapor - sea smoke" Tonight@anthonyeverett takes a look through her lens. #mainstreetsandbackroads #stonington #maine @shaynaseymour 7:30 #wcvb
Arctic Sea Smoke from Pensacola Beach, FLORIDA! It has to get real cold to see this: 22° air flowing over 64° gulf water this AM will do it ..... and the wind chill was 8°. Even some sleet/snow fell overnight. Video from #FLwx
What does 15 years of change look like in the Arctic? Thanks to two of our satellites, this 6-minute time capsule shows swirling clouds, bursts of wildfire smoke, the comings and goings of snow and the ebb and flow of sea ice. Take a look:
Cold arctic air hits warmer waters of Lake Superior, creating something called sea smoke. Watch this weather event that is normally found in the Arctic and Antarctic.
As cold arctic air moves in and hits the (comparatively) warm water of Lake Superior, steam — also known as "sea smoke" — rises off the surface of the lake.
What's that smoke above Lake Michigan? It's arctic sea fog