Why is low light so much better for fog?



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    Fog is just water condensation hovering dense and low in the air. Water acts like a prism when hit with light, so the light disperses and reflects in many directions. This is actually how rainbows are made. It is also the reason low beams are better for driving through fog, as less light will reflect back at you. The less light is reflected in your direction, the easier it is to see farther ahead. 

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