Foggy morning at BaySail

Good morning and Happy New Year to you all! The fog rolled in just a few minutes ago in Havre de Grace. It’s that pea soup stuff that seems to wipe out the whole world and from the office I can only hear the water…can’t see it.  I think we’re experiencing advection fog. That’s the type of fog that rolls in when a warm air mass tries to sandwich it’s way under a cold air mass. The warmer air gets cooled down to its dew point and forms microscopic drops of water, i.e. fog.  The Annapolis Book of Sailing says that advection fog doesn’t occur over land, so I’m pretty … Continue reading Foggy morning at BaySail