Smoke on the Water: Cold Air Flowing Over a Warmer Sea Gives Rise to Maine's Rarest -- and Most Beautiful -- Type of Fog
The author describes sea smoke, also called arctic sea smoke, how it forms, and how it is one of the things she appreciates about Maine winters. [images]
Note: The March 2016 edition of Down East corrected the identification of what was labeled as the Prospect Harbor Point Light in the article, as being the Cape Neddick Light (or Nubble Light).
Ridley, Kim, "Smoke on the Water: Cold Air Flowing Over a Warmer Sea Gives Rise to Maine's Rarest -- and Most Beautiful -- Type of Fog" (2016). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 4482.
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