Sunday, 10 June 2012

Foggy Morning

This was the view at Glenholme Reserve last week.  We could hardly see the houses.
Foggy mornings occur when the night temperature is cold (not freezing), and the ground is damp.
The air can't hold all the moisture in vapour, so it turns into a cloud, close to the ground.
Once the sun comes out, and warms the air up, the tiny droplets of the fog evaporate back into the air.

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