But most of all foggy.
|Advection fog has been a thick and regular|
occurrence in southwest Florida this winter
Day after day after day ...
I wake up to see not blue sky by a thick gray mist. By mid morning usually it lifts (or burns off) leaving behind mostly blue and sunny skies. Then come next morning there it is again.
So where does it come from and where does it go?
Walking the beach this evening I caught the fog red handed. Nearing sunset what was earlier a distant cloud bank on the horizon (i.e. you had to squint your eyes to see it) was steadily and stealthily moving in. "Ha! There you are!" I hollered. "Now I see where your hiding spot is."
Next morning the fog seemed especially thick as a result.