Mt. Hood from the NW on Waucoma Ridge, near Wahtum Lake. The weather conditions causing this phenomenon are high pressure east of the Cascades, high easterly winds in the Columbia River Gorge, and a temperature inversion with cold air in the valleys east of the mountains and warm air above. The temperature change from above that line to below it was very dramatic. Photo taken on Thanksgiving Day USA, November 28, 2002.
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