Our Fog in August tally is complete… I have just been too busy preparing for winter weather to write about it. From our daily drive to work, or looking out over the valley from our deck on our days off, here is the report. In August, we had 4 clear days, 1 rainy morning, 9 days with light fog (could see 1/2 mile across the valley, but hazy), 8 days of moderate fog (could see only the bottom or top of the mountains across the valley), and 9 days of dense fog (could not see across the valley). If the old-timey tradition holds true, we should have at one storm for each day of fog in August. If we take only the dense and moderate fog days, that gives us 9 to 17 storms. From our records over 15 years, last year had the most storms, with 12. Eleven storms in one winter was the most prior to that. I’ll get back to you in April, with the winter’s storm tally.
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