How Is Fog Formed?

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Fog is a visible accumulation of the tiny droplets created by condensation. Fog forms when warm moist air moves over cold air. As the air cools it can no longer hold as much moisture, and condensation creates the tiny water droplets we call fog.
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A frog starts out in the shape of a tadpole. In time the tadpole will grow legs and then arms, and before you know it he or she will turn into a frog.
Fog, though it appears to be a gas, is actually water from a cloud that forms when it comes in contact with the ground. Though it must be a certain temperature for the fog to actually form.
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Fog is created by the air being full of condensed water droplets that are cooled to the point where the air can no longer hold the water. It can be formed where there is snow or ice
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Fog is essentially a stratus cloud that has touched the earth, so fog is formed in much the same way as a cloud. When water evaporates from the ocean, rivers and other bodies of water
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Because sometimes the clouds are high, but other times they are much lower, and when there is fog, it is when the clouds are so low that they actually touch the ground. High clouds,
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Fog forms when the air becomes supersaturated, it can no longer hold moisture in the form of vapor
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