Did a search but could not find info on fog specifically in May. Contemplating a late May trip out of Galveston found some threads that said spring has fog. Might be a silly question but would May fall into that? Increased chances? Thanks
My husband and I will be moving to Brookings to retire. I have had lung problems in the past and feel that this area would be much better for me. I've looked at the Brookings Harbor webcam this past week and every time I do, there's fog. How much fog does Brookings really have?
With all of the fog talk lately, I checked the weather report for our upcoming Navigator cruise on Sunday and it shows some morning thunderstorms with "fog developing in the afternoon". Obviously, we'd ordinarily be leaving in the afternoon so my question is does it take a lot of fog (i.e. dense)...
So I notice the BOTS is still not back in port this morning. I know the fog was horrible. What time do they usually get back in when the fog is that bad? Just curious. Thanks everyone. I'm sailing her in 10 days so I guess the morning fog is still a possibility?
I know that it's impossible to predict fog this far out, but I am wondering if it is more likely at that time of year? (I don't normally cruise during the winter but couldn't pass up this 5 day on the Magic.) Not that fog makes any difference to my husband and me, but we are taking two children...
Just watched the Westerdam leave Ft. Lauderdale blowing it's horn on and of for what must have been over a minute. The Captain was having some fun with the people on shore and would answer the airhorns people were using with his big ole fog horn. I've heard him do it on a couple of previous occas...
I am moving from GA, toward Deming N.M. so I'm coming thru Van Horn. I,m looking for a Small Town Enviorment like the one around where I live now, just out West, someone tell me hows life in Van horn? what kind of work is around, how are the people.
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