The Mist

As we headed out to breakfast this morning, we noticed a bit of fog and mist in some of the low-lying areas and around the golf course across the pasture, but it wasn't until we turned onto "A" Street that we saw this striking bit of meteorological phenomena:





This line of mist or fog stretched horizontally for about a mile, running east and west. It floated about ten or twelve feet about the ground and appeared to be about ten feet thick. I don't recall ever before seeing anything quite like this.

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Eric, we see a lot of fogs like this in North
Texas since we've had rain and finally a sunny day.They stretch along the low places, like our waterways.

Probably H2S vapors from the wells they're drilling in your neighborhood.

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