I wasn't sure how to describe the fog I noticed early last Friday evening as I was finishing up my garden chores. The way it crept along the edges of the harbor, surrounding but not engulfing it, made me think of an episode of Twilight Zone. It was sunny and clear where I was standing and I could see blue sky above and beyond the fog, which moved in more like a wave than a blanket.
|This is what I saw just after 6pm on Friday evening|
|This is the view after sunrise the next morning|
I did a little online surfing and the best explanation I could find suggests that what I saw wasn't fog at all but clouds, perhaps Arcus clouds, possibly of the roll cloud type. Interesting but not Twilight Zone material. If you've seen something similar or can offer a better explanation, let me know.
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