Trip to Mt. Wilson, sunrise, 6/20/2000  
This time of year, it is common for a marine layer (i.e. clouds) to roll in at night. It sits on top of the inversion layer covering the Los Angeles basin and surrounding valleys.

This time of year, it is common for a marine layer (i.e. clouds) to roll in at night. It sits on top of the inversion layer covering the Los Angeles basin and surrounding valleys.


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