marine layer

A dense, low-lying stratum of clouds, often accompanied by fog; a regular occurrence on the American West Coast during late spring and early summer. A marine layer occurs when cold upwelling ocean water comes into contact with warmer air, forming condensation; it's often accompanied by a light to moderate onshore wind. Along certain areas of the coast, particular to the north, a marine layer can l...

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