I was corrected about yesterday's post about dry air in Norway. I pulled up the weather report for yesterday in Tromso, the farthest North city that has information on Weather.com. It's a lot warmer than I thought it would be! Just barely below freezing! And the weather forecast was for rain.
But a lot of the mechanisms that form fog just go away when the sun never hits the ground. The temperature layer differences are just harder to achieve without some direct solar radiation. I still think my instinct was correct that fog would be unlikely in Northern Norway this time of year.
Tip of the Day: How to make the degree symbol -- Option-Shift-8 or think of it as Option *