Tule Fog

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Tule Fog, pronounced (TOO-lee) fog, is a unique type of Fog, (specifically Radiation Fog), that frequently occurs during winter in the Central Valley of California.[1] The combination of a cool, moist layer of air from the Pacific close to the ground, clear skies above and light winds results in exceptionally thick fog on many nights from late October through February. This phenomenon is often visible to Weather satellites.

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