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advection fog

noun, Meteorology
1.
fog caused by the movement of warm, moist air over a cold surface.
Origin
1940-1945
1940-45
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Examples from the web for advection fog
  • advection fog forms when humid air flows over cold ground or water.
  • advection fog is fog that is formed elsewhere and then transported horizontally, eg to a mountain range.
  • Common advection fog caused by transport of moist air over a cold body of water.
  • advection fog is the fog that arises from the movement of humid air over a surface that is already cool.
  • advection fog is coastal fog that forms when warm, moist air moves over colder water.

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