ground fog


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ground fog

Fog that is largely confined to the ground.
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As the curtain slowly rises on the final act V at the lakeside, we see the swans in the ground fog. To oohs and aahs from the audience, the swans rise and fall until all the swans have arisen.
Captain CI Stock well wrote an account of the day, in it he writes: "It froze hard on Christmas Eve and there was a thick ground fog.
But even at 500 feet--our drop altitude--when we released the supplies, the ground was only seen during brief periods, being obscured by ground fog.
Perhaps the most frequently occurring type of fog formed in the Finger Lakes is radiation fog, known by some as "ground fog." In terms of its visual appearance, radiation fog is typically characterized by a misty haze that, although formless, makes the air appear to have substance.