Caption: Clouds below a temperature inversion. An inversion occurs when the normal cooling of air with altitude is prevented by an overlying mass of warm air resting on a bed of denser cold air. This prevents the air below rising, as is normally the case, and can trap fog and smog near ground level. Filmed looking east towards High Street from Red Screes in the Lake District, Cumbria, UK.

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Temperature inversion cloud

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