Title

"North by East" on snoweater fogs, which rise on mild, moonlit nights and signal

Authors

Source

Down East

Date

4-1-1997

Pages

57

Abstract

"North by East" on snoweater fogs, which rise on mild, moonlit nights and signal the end of winter. Tom Hawley, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Gray, says snoweater fog is caused by warm and relatively dry southerly air flowing over the snowpack and drawing moisture out. Hawley notes that fog for two or three days on end will quickly melt snow.

Subjects

Fog

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