Here’s Why You Can See Your Breath When It’s Cold Outside (VIDEO)

Have you ever wondered why you can see your breath on a cold day? We certainly have.

Here’s the breakdown:¬†Since the oxygen we inhale and the carbon dioxide we exhale are both invisible, it may seem a bit peculiar that clouds of “smoke” can be formed with your breath. But your breath also contains water vapor¬†from your lungs and mouth.

When this moisture reaches the cold air, about 45 degrees Farenheit and below, it condenses to produce the phenomenon.

Check out the informative video above!