What Is Fog Made of?


Fog is made when warm air collides with cool air to a point where the cooled air cannot contain the condensed water droplets any more. After warm air and cold air mix to form water droplets, mist is formed.
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Fog is made of water droplets that were formed by warm air, and cold air colliding together. The water droplets then turn to mist, due to the combination of the cold and warm air.
There are actually six main types of fog: evaporation fog, freezing fog, ice fog, upslope fog, advection fog, and radiation fog. All of it, though, is made of temperatures and precipitation.
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