Steam devils are rare vorticies that form over lakes, rivers and ponds when the air temperature is significantly colder than the water. Just the right balance of temperature and surface wind speeds is needed to get these ghostly 'mini tornadoes' to form. They are mostly seen on very cold winter mornings. - Dan
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