Fog “burns off” as a result of the sun hitting the outside layer of clouds. As it gets warmer, the fog droplets evaporate into “invisible water vapor.”
Heat from the sun gradually evaporates the water droplets in the air that make up fog, turning them into clear water vapor and thus “burning off” the fog. This occurs from the top of a fog cloud down, so thicker clouds take longer to “burn”.
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