January 23, 2005

The Fog

We are still caught in the icy clutch of the fog. Every day it starts to settle sometime after dark, and it hangs around until the noontime sun burns it off. And even in the afternoon there’s a thin haze on the horizon, like the fog just can’t wait to roll back in.


The fog and the pogonip combine to make Carson’s old cottonwoods seem like frozen sculptures.


Just a few blocks away, everything starts to disappear into the mists.


Some cars haven’t even been unburied yet, even though we haven’t had a flake of snow in two weeks.


Blue skies and the sun’s rays finally make it through the thick soup of fog, just in time to light up the Capitol dome. Soon it will be dark again, and the wispy vapors will swallow the town back up.

This fog can’t stay around forever. But we’ve had it for a week now. I sure am going to miss it when it’s gone.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    We have the same thing in Tahoe. It is strange. Chad took some pics of it today:

    http://www.chadwest.net/blog/archives/000159.html

    Above 7000′ it is bluebird and about 50 degrees.

    Posted January 23, 2005 @ 12:58 am
  2. Scott Schrantz says:

    Excellent pictures. Everyone needs to go look at those right now!

    Posted January 23, 2005 @ 9:31 am
  3. Around Carson News and Updates says:

    First Snow

    It was quite the nice little surprise to wake up this morning and see a thin blanket of snow all over everything. It never happens when you think it’s going to happen, and no matter…

    Posted December 8, 2005 @ 10:44 am
  4. Carson City Fog | The Computer Vet Weblog says:

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