New Jersey Fog Rattles Beach Goers, Appears as Approaching Tsunami By: Christina Loren
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Fog rolling in off the ocean in the town of Sea Girt, New Jersey paints an ominous picture for those on the beach at the time. The shape and color of the fog bank appear as an approaching tsunami and more than a few nerves were rattled as the fog bank approached the coastline. This is caused by high pressure compressing warm air down to the much cooler ocean surface. The warm air condenses over the cool ocean and resultantly creates a thick blanket of fog.
Frightening Fog Tsunami Terrifies Jersey Shore
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