(Kendra Veach/www.iLoveDestin.com, City of Orange Beach)
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‘Sea smoke’ rises from Gulf of Mexico
Temperatures were so cold on Jan. 17 that the Gulf of Mexico was steaming. Meteorologists call it “sea smoke.”
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