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"Sebzero Serenity"<br />
The hope of sea smoke inspires us to visit Lake Superior on subzero mornings. Sea smoke (winter fog) is formed when the temperature of the open water is comparatively warmer than the subzero air temperature. Relatively calm conditions allow the evaporative cooling to form plume-like fog that gracefully glides across the lake to gather in low level cloud formations. This is another one of our favorite winter weather treasures!