A fascinating drone video showing the temperature inversion in the UK’s Peak District National Park has surfaced online and has left social media users stunned. Taking to Instagram, drone pilot Nige Varndell shared the stunning images.
The video perfectly captured the temperature inversion at the top of Mam Tor in the Peak District. According to The Met Office, the UK’s national weather service, temperature inversions or cloud inversions are more common in winter. It occurs when hot and cold air are reversed. So a layer of cold air is trapped under a layer of warmer air, creating a low layer of fog and clouds on the ground. This can create a beautiful view for people looking down from high places like hills.
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Talking with him BBCVarndell said he and his partner walked up the hill at 7:30 a.m. and waited for the sun to come up. He said that he was speechless after capturing the video.
“It was absolutely spectacular,” said Mr Varndell, adding: “Moments like these are special. Mother Nature has so much to offer and the Peak District has an abundance of beautiful scenery.”
Meanwhile, on Instagram, netizens were fascinated by the video. “That’s a crazy fucking video dude,” one user said. “What a spectacular image,” said another.
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