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28166 views Earl Hartlen November 3, 2022 Norfolk County, ON Date shot: November 2, 2022

It sure was what you'd call a wee bit foggy at 3am November 2nd, 2022, and it's a repeat performance in the weather department today. Long, cool autumn nights cause the air near the ground to chill, resulting in the formation of fog to be prevalent during autumn. Fog is most likely to occur at night or near dawn when the temperature of the day is normally at its lowest. The cool ground air forms fog and dew as the air cools down and water vapors condense into tiny droplets of water. It'll be gone shortly after the sun rises but, in the meantime, please, do drive defensively until it's clear sailing.

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