Yesterday’s fog kept creeping in and out of our Center and Naskeag Harbors, as if it had doubts about coming ashore. Sometimes. It was a frosted glass panel, hiding the horizon and darkening the day at Center Harbor:


Sometimes, it was a thin vapor veil, through which we could see hints of the fishing vessels moored in Naskeag Harbor.:


Yesterday’s air temperature was seasonably warm. As you probably know, fog forms when there is only a small difference between the air temperature and the dew point temperature at which water droplets in the air start condensing.

(Brooklin, Maine)