Clouds at mountain peaks can form when air rises and cool, and this cooler air is no longer able to hold all of the water vapor it was able to hold when it was warm. The extra water vapor begins to condense out of the air parcel in the form of liquid water droplets and a cloud is formed. It's a rare day that you don't see a clouds at the top of the Grand Tetons. This morning started clear and within minutes of the sun coming up, the cloud formation was underway.
February 9th, 2024
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