Evaporation fog

From Glossary of Meteorology

evaporation fog

Fog formed as a result of evaporation of water that is warmer than the air.

If formed over a water surface, it is sometimes termed steam fog. If formed from evaporation of rain falling through the air, it is sometimes termed rain fog, precipitation fog, or frontal fog.

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