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smog or fog over NYC ?

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by R72K5, Sep 11, 2003.

  1. R72K5

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    im watching some of the 911 remembrances right now and seeing alot of smog or fog, its the morning still, so it could be either, im curious. i assume fog though.
     
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    Fog, it'll be gone soon if it's not already. You don't really see the smog unless it's super-humid out.
     
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    neat, whats typical early morning temps over there ? relative humidity ?
    dewpoint ?

    its always high rel. humidity here and real low dewpoints normally and lately been around 50-70 atnight, but soon will be in the 40s at night starting in a couplenights from tonight. here comes winter soon, already. eek /forums/images/graemlins/frown.gif any day now the leaves will drop off quickly, usually happens overnight.
     
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    Dude, I don't have a clue. I wear the exact same clothing style year round, I just notice some days it's unreal-stuffy/hot outside, or some days it's super cold. I'm guessing those are summer then winter days, and stuff in between...

    On real humid days, though, I can see smog from my train riding into the city. Although humid=wet-air=cloud=fog... Maybe I just think it's smog... Summer mornings, early enough, you can see the fog, though, that's pretty cool.
     

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