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We’ve Seen Condensation Before, But Snow In The Cockpit?



Baby, it’s cold outside!  Snow forms from the air conditioning vents in cockpit.

With much of the US finally under the grasp of winter, it’s not surprising to see snow at airport tarmacs across the country.  However, it’s pretty rare to actually see it in the cockpit!  It appears that the moist conditioned air met cold air from the main cabin door of this Embraer EM-175.  The conditions were just right to cool the condensation from the cockpit vents to make the ‘front office’ look a little like a snow globe.


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