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Image description: This photo shows what’s known as a cloud inversion at Mather Point on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.
Cloud inversions form through the interaction of warm and cold weather masses and occur at the Grand Canyon about once every 10 years.
You can see more photos of the cloud inversion on the Grand Canyon’s Flickr account.
From the Department of Interior:

Over the last few days you might have seen a few photos of the recent and rare inversion(s) at Grand Canyon National Park. We hope one more will be okay. Here’s another stunning photo from Mather Point. NPS Photo by Erin Whittaker

Image description: This photo shows what’s known as a cloud inversion at Mather Point on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.

Cloud inversions form through the interaction of warm and cold weather masses and occur at the Grand Canyon about once every 10 years.

You can see more photos of the cloud inversion on the Grand Canyon’s Flickr account.

From the Department of Interior:

Over the last few days you might have seen a few photos of the recent and rare inversion(s) at Grand Canyon National Park. We hope one more will be okay. Here’s another stunning photo from Mather Point.

NPS Photo by Erin Whittaker