Rare Grand Canyon cloud inversion wows visitors and residents alike

Grand Canyon National Park visitors saw a rare total cloud inversion on Nov. 29. The above view is from Mather Point on the South Rim. Cloud inversions are formed through the interaction of warm and cold air masses. Erin Whittaker/NPS

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