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Cold spell makes Lake Michigan resembles boiling cauldron

The surface of Lake Michigan, one of the five Great Lakes of North America, covered with mist generated by the temperature difference between the air (-20 degrees) and water. The phenomenon appeared during the polar cold wave that affects the moment the United States. The spectacular images shot in the morning Wednesday, January 30 from meteorologist Tom Skilling on a balcony in the Edgewater area of ​​Chicago.


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