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.
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