Originally Posted by KC_Bobby
I'd also add that the white/blue smoke can sometimes vary based on smoker and outside temp.
For instance, I have a BWS (water smoker) ... when it goes under 45-50* it starts looking like an old coal train puffin it's way up a mountain from all the moisture within the smoke itself. But on a hot summer night, one barely sees anything coming out.
You just described the steam that comes out of a water smoker. on a hot night it will disappear.
Smoke is different, and clean smoke is blue, an almost transparent, can't hardly see it except in a good light - blue