I’m going to say there is more fog on the West coast. If you take a look at the USA today map (click on the link below so it is interactive), you will be able to look at the average number of days with heavy fog in a year. While the West coast has a very narrow strip of regions that have more than 60 days of heavy fog, the East coast has a much wider strip which reports between 20 and 40 days of heavy fog. I can speak from experience, that at least in southern California, the months of May and June are usually quite foggy in early morning and late night, but it usually burns off by mid day, and doesn’t reach areas just a few miles inland.
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