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May 17, 2021

[Answer] 6. What causes fog or mist to form?

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...1. High humidity (around 100%) 2. Air being cooled until it reaches the 'dew-point' 3. Condensation nuclei (dust or pollen etc) 4. All of these All of these factors are required to produce fog or mist. When air is saturated with water (almost 100% humidity)and then cooled to the dew point (the temperature at which water vapour will condense to form water droplets) in the presence of condensation nuclei (small particles around which the water can coalesce), fog will occur. The foggiest place in the world is considered to be the Grand Banks off of the coast of Newfoundland in Canada. This is where the warm waters of the Gulf Stream meet the cold waters of the Labrador Current creating the perfect conditions for fog to form.

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