fog

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Synonyms for fog

Synonyms for fog

a thick, heavy atmospheric condition offering reduced visibility because of the presence of suspended particles

Synonyms for fog

droplets of water vapor suspended in the air near the ground

an atmosphere in which visibility is reduced because of a cloud of some substance

confusion characterized by lack of clarity

make less visible or unclear

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People like Paul Hoffstadt, a retired Subaru dealer from Corvallis who, as with the certainty of coastal fog, brings his girlfriend each month.
Coastal fog and shading by old-growth redwood trees in the riparian zone of the lower basin (within Redwood National Park) contribute to the cooling trend there.
If it's warmer down there, if they don't get the coastal fog, we see our numbers go up,'' said Bret Banks, the district's operations manager.
I watch patches of coastal fog tear away from the solid blanket lower down and drift up-slope to battle the sun for the mood of the land.
Nevertheless, the heat still blazed through the coastal fog in Llandudno last Saturday, so Rich,Matt and I stepped out into the humid mist to spend the afternoon in a.
I'm no weather expert but I know coastal fog comes and goes quickly.
He planted in waves and painted the walls the gray of coastal fog (A).
In Redwood National Park and Muir Woods National Monument, higher temperatures already have reduced by 30 percent the coastal fog that redwoods depend on for nearly half their water supply.
Dekens also presented research on temperature variations along the California coast during the early Pliocene, providing insight into how climate change may affect the ocean currents that drive regional and global climate patterns, for example the California current which produces California's coastal fog and cold sea temperatures.
We regularly experience early morning coastal fog that renders our [infrared] cameras useless," one of the ranch owners says in a company press release.
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