Forecasting fog is one of the exasperating aspects of my job. In my area of northeast Kansas it is difficult and unusual to create the required conditions. I spend a lot of time poring over temperature, dew-point, wind and sky-cover data trying to predict what will happen overnight. Moreover, microclimates play a role. Such was the case this morning when southerly breezes were warming the atmosphere causing fog to dissipate in most areas. The leeward north-side of forested hills however maintained protected microclimates with slightly cooler temperatures. The cooler temps sustained a saturated atmosphere otherwise known as fog.
I spent the night in my truck to be ready upon first light to make this image.
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