On November 29, 2013, Grand Canyon experienced a rare temperature inversion, where cool air rising from the bottom of the canyon meets warm air from above, creating a layer of fog in the canyon. This happens about once or twice a year, but this particular inversion was a 10 year event, with clear skies above and the canyon full nearly to the brim with fog.

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