Why does the tap water sometimes look “cloudy”?
Cloudy water sometimes occurs in the winter because cold water can trap and hold larger amounts of dissolved oxygen than warm water – the cloudiness is caused by air bubbles. Let a cloudy glass of water sit for a minute or two and the air bubbles will dissipate on their own.

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1. I own tropical fish. Do I need to do anything to the water before I put it in the fish tank?
2. Can I use hot tap water to make baby formula?
3. Is there fluoride in my drinking water?
4. How “hard” is our tap water?
5. Why does the tap water sometimes look “cloudy”?
6. How can I find out more about our drinking water quality?
7. How often is our water tested?
8. Can I get my water tested?
9. Who would I call regarding cloudy or discolored water?