ground fog


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ground fog

Fog that is largely confined to the ground.
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In horror movies, ground fog can seep under closed windows.
Antonio Carlos Jobim International Airport was forced to delay flights for nearly five hours due to thick ground fog, while flights at Santos Dumont were delayed for nearly three hours.
Ground fog is common in this country at this time of the year, and it reminds me of the sheer curtain my mother used to have over the picture window: You could still see outside, but it was blurred.