Geography

Question

fog most frequently forms at night and disappears during the day. Explain why.

2 Answer

  • At night, everything cools down. The air condenses at a low level (as in land/sea level).

    Throughout the day, the sun is out and heats up the particles in the fog. Making it rise. Heat, in other words, rises.

    Fog is a form of condensation, or also known as a cloud.

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  • Answer:

    At night, everything cools down. The air condenses at a low level (as in land / sea level).

    The sun is out throughout the day and heats up the particles in the fog. Having it soar. In other words, heat increases.

    Fog is a form of condensation, or a cloud, too.

    Explanation:

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