- advection fog
- Meteorol.fog caused by the movement of warm, moist air over a cold surface.[1940-45]
* * *advection fog,a fog that occurs when a body of relatively warm, moist air moves over a cold surface: »
Advection fogs often form in the Newfoundland Banks area, where warm air blows over the cold water of the Labrador Current (George F. Taylor).
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