Monday, January 24, 2011

EARLY MORNING MIST

                      Ground Fog
"Ground fog typically forms at night, when air in a shallow layer
near the surface cools sharply to its dew point, making the relative humidity 100%.It then persists for a short time aftersunrise, until solar radiation (insolation) heats the air enough to lower the relative humidity. " (Storm eyes.com)





It looked like the stream was on fire this AM

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

LOvely picture...educational and informative!!! Hmmmmm.
Bev

Amanda said...

I love when this happens. It's almost as if you have a boiling, bubbling stream in your backyard. Great spot!

Anonymous said...

Eileen Smith Beautiful picture! How early in the day did you take it? Almost makes me miss the neighborhood, lol