Many north Florida and south Georgia residents saw strange "holes" in the clouds Thursday morning. What caused them?
The short explanation is that a plane's exhaust causes supercooled droplets in a cloud layer to freeze, which then expand and sink into a drier air mass, evaporate and then leave a hole.
Of course, there is more to it. For more info, check the link below, and see the pictures on my Facebook and Twitter feeds (links to Like/Follow those are also below).
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