Expressing Foggy Weather in English

FOG / FOGGY WEATHER

Words Related to “fog” and Their Meanings:

Fog / Haze / Mist is a weather condition in which very small drops of water come together to form a thick cloud close to the land or earth’s surface and it is hard to see.




Thick fog / Dense fog / Heavy Fog means having parts which are close together so that it is difficult to see well.

Patchy fog means fog only existing in some parts.

A blanket of fog means fog covering something completely with a thick layer.

Smog is a fog  combined with smoke and other atmospheric pollutants.



Examples:

It is misty.

It is a misty day.

It is hazy.

It is a hazy day.

It’s really foggy outside. I can hardly see what is in front of me.

It’s so foggy out.

There is heavy fog outside.

There is some patchy fog in the sky.

The ground was covered by a thick blanket of fog.

Smog is a major problem in many countries.

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