In this video we get a look at a rare phenomenon in the Grand Canyon – a full-cloud inversion. What is that exactly? It occurs when cold air is trapped in the canyon itself with warmer air moving overhead. The result is a build-up of clouds below with clear skies overhead. Those standing on the canyon rim can watch the clouds below them as they move like waves. It is quite a sight to behold as you’ll see in this clip.
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