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If the air is still and cold enough, wisps of “smoke” will appear, which is actually water vapor that forms when really cold air moves over relatively warmer water. The “warmer” water below generally sits at a frigid 33-35 degrees. When the water vapor rises, the cold air above can only hold so much moisture which forces the water to condense into a fog. The fog then rises like smoke from the lake’s surface. The term fog is somewhat ironic when describing the “Sea Smoke” as fog occurs when warm air moves over cold water. On some days, when the smoke is paired with a heavy dose of cold wind from the north, “Steam Devils” may form, which are tornado-esk looking rising clouds. 


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Sea Smoke Lighthouses

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