sea fog


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sea fog

Fog which overlies bodies of sea or ocean.
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The wind suddenly shifted to the northeast, and the remnant of the sea fog melted in the blast.
At seven o'clock the day was sufficiently advanced, but a very thick sea fog obscured our view, and the best spy glasses could not pierce it.
Across Sonoma Mountain wisps of sea fog are stealing.
But despite the searing temperatures across Wales, the event was disrupted for a time because of a sudden sea fog which developed as a result of the weather conditions, affecting visibility and making flying dangerous.
A HUGE and glowing wall of sea fog rolls across the sky at sunny Land's End in Cornwall.
But lingering sea fog on the North East coast raised the possibility of the vessel not moving out into open waters until this morning.
There'll be a chance of a little sea fog and there may be a bit more cloud in the west at the end of the week.
And low cloud, mist and sea fog is affecting the northern coast of Devon and Cornwall.
Sunday also got off to a cold start at Fistral beach in Newquay, Cornwall, where surfers and people out for a morning walk had to contend with sea fog.
The list of actors in Korea who have already performed or will perform "Nassim" is star-studded, including Han Ye-ri of "Sea Fog," Jin Seon-kyu of "The Outlaws," Park Hae-soo of "Prison Playbook," Moon So-ri of "A Good Lawyer's Wife" and Oh Man-seok of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch."
Met Office forecaster John West said that there was a far amount of sea fog and cloud in the Bristol Channel and the Irish Sea and that some of it had come onto land.
We also played a game called "sea fog", in which I had to don a white blindfold - replicating a dense sea fret - and try to walk 100 paces in a straight line back towards Hooge.