White or cloudy water is common in the winter not a public health concern.
- Cloudy water occurs more often in the winter months when drinking water is cold. This is because colder water holds more air. When the water warms within the house, the air escapes.
- This condition is not a public health concern.
- Let the water stand until it clears. If the water clears from the bottom of the glass toward the top, the condition is caused by air.
Watch this timelapse video on our YouTube channel to see how the air bubbles disappear