Mist rises from Pomme de Terre Lake on Wednesday morning as frigid temperatures swept across the Heartland. The phenomenon, sometimes called steam fog, occurs when cold, dry air moves over a body of water, mixing with warmer, moister air rising off the water’s surface.
Mist rises from Pomme de Terre Lake on Wednesday morning as frigid temperatures swept across the Heartland. The phenomenon, sometimes called steam fog, occurs when cold, dry air moves over a body of water, mixing with warmer, moister air rising off the water’s surface. Muskie Guide Service Submitted photo
Mist rises from Pomme de Terre Lake on Wednesday morning as frigid temperatures swept across the Heartland. The phenomenon, sometimes called steam fog, occurs when cold, dry air moves over a body of water, mixing with warmer, moister air rising off the water’s surface. Muskie Guide Service Submitted photo

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