The Golden State’s Tule fog

California, specifically its Central Valley, has a unique weather phenomenon, the Tule fog. Throughout the fall and winter months, Tule fog dominates much of the Central Valley, at least during night and dawn. It is endemic to the Central Valley because of the mountain ranges that surround us. Tule fog forms when the ground cools rapidly (at night), affecting the air above it to reach dew point.

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