There, beyond the fog ...
• There, behind the fog ...
Mist is called the accumulation of water in the air, formed by tiny particles of water vapor ...
Fog at an air temperature above minus 10 ° C - this water droplets at from minus 10 to minus 15 ° C - a mixture of water droplets and ice crystals at a temperature below minus 15 ° C - ice crystals, sparkling the sun or in the moonlight and lanterns.
The relative humidity at mists typically close to 100%. But not always ...
However, in the extreme cold (-30 ° or below) in localities, railway stations, airfields and so-called freezing fog may occur at any relative humidity (even of less than 50%).
The Mists last from several hours to several days, especially during the cold season.
The largest number of foggy days at sea level - an average of more than 120 a year - is observed on the Canadian island of Newfoundland in the Atlantic Ocean.
In the Russian leader in frequency covering fog is the Far East - Sakhalin, the Kuril Islands, Kamchatka coast of Khabarovsk and Primorye territories. During warmer months, the mists come from the sea and can stand for several days in a row.
Haze - very foggy. When the haze of the visual range of a few kilometers. In practice, meteorological forecasting considered: haze - visibility more than / equal to 1000 m, but less than 10 km, and fog - visibility less than 1,000 m thick fog considered when visibility is less than or equal to 500 m..
Fog in the Moscow region, September 24, 2017.
Port of Gdynia - Polish port, located in Gdynia, 16 km from the port of Gdansk. Marine fog arise during the sea transport of cold air to the warm water. This mist is a mist evaporation. Mists of this type are frequent, such as in the Arctic, where air enters from the ice on the exposed surface of the sea.
Fog in the mountains north of Beijing, China.
Fog in Minsk, Belarus.
Fog in Kiev, Ukraine.
Kathmandu, Nepal, December 11, 2017.
The phrase "Albion" has long been considered the second name of England. The country is known for its fogs.
The fog in Maine, USA.
solid called fog horizontal visibility at the level of 2 m of less than 1000 m (it is usually a few hundred meters, and in some cases reduced even to a few tens of meters), sufficiently developed vertically, so that it is impossible to determine the state of the sky (the number and the shape of the clouds). More often observed in the evening, at night and in the morning, but can also occur during the day, especially during the cold half of the year with an increase in air temperature.
Fog in New Orleans.