About Weather Condition fog in which very small drops of water come together to form a thick cloud close to the land or earth’s surface and it is hard to see.
1. Fog and Mist
It was on the ninth of November […] He was walking home about eleven o’clock from Lord Henry’s, where he had been dining, and was wrapped in heavy furs, as the night was cold and foggy.
The beginning of chapter twelve of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Grey describes many things about fog and how we feel in it. First, fog is very common in fall and winter. Also fog is often forming during night-time and the calm and cold weather together with reduced visibiilty and the damp, close air is evocing a feeling of loneliness and fear.
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2. 8 Facts About Fog
Fog is one of the most common weather conditions in the UK, particularly throughout autumn and winter, but do you know when fog becomes mist, or how you can catch fog?
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3. Fog weather warning: What is fog? What causes fog? Difference between fog and mist
THICK fog has descended upon large areas of England creating eerie scenes for morning commuters – but what is fog and how does it differ from mist?
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4. What causes fog?
Fog can be considered a cloud at ground level. The processes forming it, however, are usually different from those that form clouds.
Like clouds, fog is made up of condensed water droplets which are the result of the air being cooled to the point (actually, the dewpoint) where it can no longer hold all of the water vapor it contains.
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5. Coastal Fog, Climate Change, and the Environment
Fig. 1. Fog engulfs the Golden Gate Bridge, as seen from Twin Peaks, San Francisco, on 26 January 2014. This is an average of several exposures taken over the course of a few minutes.“Here Comes the Fog,” taken by Daniel Parks, CC BY-NC 2.0.
To climate scientists, marine fog’s physical opacity symbolizes how much remains to be discovered about the atmospheric phenomenon.
Coastal marine fog, a characteristic feature of climates generated at the eastern boundaries of ocean basins worldwide, evokes different feelings in those who experience it (see Figure 1).
Authors and poets use fog to represent mystery, bleakness, and confusion. Film directors seek out fog to shroud scenes in eerie gloominess. Tourists visiting beaches bemoan the cool and damp conditions that create a striking contrast to the sunny warm conditions typically found less than a few kilometers inland. Airline passengers delayed by fog impatiently wait for the skies to clear. Residents get used to the Sun “rising” in midday after fog dissipates.
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6. Fog and Cold Weather
The Sacramento Region may not experience weather extremes that other areas of the country face, still thick fog and temperatures below freezing do create winter hazards in the region. Use the following information to help keep yourself and your loved ones warm and safe during cold and foggy weather.
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