Fog on the coast

Fog on the coast

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Caption: Fog on the coast. Fog forms when a body of warm and moist air contacts cold air. As cold air can carry less water vapour than warm air, the vapour condenses to water droplets. Fogs on the sea may be caused when air associated with a warm current drifts over a cold current. This is a type of advection fog. Photographed at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA.

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Keywords: advection, american, climate, cloud, cloudy, coast, coastal, fog, hazard, horizontal, meteorological, meteorology, myrtle beach, ocean, sea, south carolina, us, usa, visibility, weather

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