ground fog

noun
1.
a low, often dense fog, especially one through which the sky and clouds above can be seen.
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Shallow ground fog represents the opposite extreme of the cloud base example.
The late starting time was attributed to ground fog, haze, and low hanging clouds.
In the fall, inversions with accompanying ground fog occur during the periods of clear skies and light winds.
Due to thick ground fog in the area, the search was restricted until daylight the following day when the wreckage was located.
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