Yes, it does appear that climate change can affect fog levels – though perhaps not in the way one might expect. This effect is most evident in San Francisco, known for it’s fog, where the lessening difference between sea and land temperatures are quite possibly leading to a decrease in fog. While it is unclear whether the change is due to natural climate variation or human activity, the decreased fog is problematic because the Bay Area fog protects the local redwoods from losing too much water in the summer.
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