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I awoke Sunday morning to the realization that the thermometer was actually reading -9 degrees, BELOW ZERO. I knew this could mean sea smoke, a phenomenon that occurs to this extent, maybe once or twice a year. By the time I bundled up to head out to photograph this, the temperature was now -7 degrees, below zero. I went to Winthrop shortly before sunrise. Below is what I saw.InstaCOLD003

02/14/2016-Winthrop,MA. Seasmoke rises above the Atlantic as Boston temperatures dipped to several degrees fahrenheit below zero Sunday morning. Staff photo by Mark Garfinkel





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Heavy winds after this morning’s snow, then a beautiful, but frigid sunset. The middle photo just about says it all as an Alaska Air jet gets ready for takeoff from an Alaska-like Logan. Please see my photos below.

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