by Vincent Pica, United States Coast Guard Auxiliary
We’ve had some foggy mornings and as we make the “clubhouse turn” towards cool air and warm water, we will have more.
For those of a more scientific-bent, fog that forms when water is warmer than the air is called “steam” fog (fall). Think of that pot of spaghetti water you are boiling. Fog that forms when the water is colder than the air is called “advection” fog (spring). There is a third kind of fog called “radiation” fog. That is the fog that you see float in across the backyard or linger in a dip in a country road. But fog is fog. You can’t see the land or the buoys or, worse, the bow! Wh…
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