The fog comes on little cat feet. It sits looking over the harbor and city on silent haunches, and then moves on. — Carl Sandburg, American poet and winner of three Pulitzer Prizes
Winter fogs, so I’ve learned, are different from fogs that show up in other seasons. During winter, humid air moving over a cold surface can turn into fog.
Additionally, freezing fog can form when cool air moves over warm, moist land. This kind of fog is also called hoar frost.
I don’t know the meteorological terminology for what we had, but the weather forecasters said something about temperature inversion on TV.
At any rate, it was stunningly beautiful.
Dangerous to drive in. Potentially dangerous to walk on.
But most festive to look at.
Here, see for yourselves: