Fogged up river valleys.Water has higher latent heat than rock,…

Fogged up river valleys.

Water has higher latent heat than rock, and lakes or rivers hold more warmth overnight while the land cools. In the coldest part of the night mists start to rise off the bodies of warmer water, which often lurks for half the morning until the sun’s heat dissipates it. Karen Nyberg took this photo over the Midwest USA from the ISS.


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