Freezing Fog

Hi everyone it’s Ruby!

My meteorological report this morning features something called “freezing fog”. Freezing fog is when the water vapour in the fog attaches itself to objects and then freezes! These ice depositions are called rime and you can have soft or hard rime. It looks likes those crystals on the inside of the freezer. It’s minus three out there right now! We sure are glad that we’re inside cats!

When the fog lifts we are likely to have a clear, still, sunny day!

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10 responses to “Freezing Fog

  1. Brrrr, chilly, super chilly. Thank goodness Scott and Mark had the added “double glazed” layer added to all your windows.

    Seems a good time for snoozly huggles and cuddles between all five of you – please keep warm, xxxxx and puRRRRRumbles,

    Michelle and Zebby Cat from the Wellington lack of a real summer (we’re snuggling and cuddling up too)

  2. Stay warm today – it is freezing here too.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

  3. Nice to watch from the comfort of your warm window sill!

    -Bart and Ruby

  4. I have never heard of freezing fog! Brrr!

  5. Interesting! We always learn a lot from you, Ruby! we hope you will get some sunshines to enjoy soon. Stay warm!

    Pip, Smidgen, Minnie, Hollie

  6. So nice to find out what rime is. Thank you and stay warm.

  7. It has been entirely too cold in that part of the world. We are glad you can observe the weather from inside a nice warm cozy home.

    And now we know the reason for rime, too!

  8. Good day to be inside kitties! BRRRR!

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