By: Hannah Jorgensen
Radiation Fog: When the ground loses heat through radiation usually at night. As heat radiated away from the ground passes through lowest layer to higher area the air closest to the ground cools as heat flows to the relatively cool ground and fog condenses in the cool air at the dew point.
Advection Fog: When warm moist air moves horizontally over a cold surface such as snow-covered ground or a cold ocean current.
Upslope Fog: Created adiabatic cooling when humid air climbs a topographic slope
Evaporation Fog: Water vapor is added to cold air that's already near saturation.