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North Carolina's thermal inversion and rare sea of clouds
by Eric Kruszewski
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20 November 2017
On 20 November 2017 BBC News reported:
The Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina have the topography and climate to display a wondrous weather phenomenon -- but to witness it, good timing and a bit of luck are key. Thermal inversions can develop in many places around the world. However, the combination of topography and climate in western North Carolina offers some of the most wonderful chances to witness it.
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