Power Station Condensation

Queen Elizabeth Power Station in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, at -30 degrees C late last week.  Submitted January 22, 2019

Photo Credit: Brian Pratt

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  1. I spent a winter in Winnipeg.
    During a severe cold spell, atmospherics produced ice fog.
    That started at the verge of the city and was very thick at the center.
    Super-cooled water vapor condensing out on particulates from furnaces as well as from cars.
    Then it cleared up.
    Bob Hoye

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