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Come on, Denis.  You know the answer: Global Warming.

:-)

--Matt K.

On Tue, Mar 9, 2010 at 4:18 PM, Denis Bogan <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> The entire western half of the continent has experienced much fog
> recently.  It makes me wonder what is going on.  In 2+ weeks of skiing UT
> about half the days were foggy.  Often this was accompanied by light snow.
> One such day at Powder Mtn. my partner fell from vertigo within 50 ft. of
> the lift, got up and immediately fell again from vertigo.  The other 2 of us
> had skied away by then and didn't find him until lunch time.  I am now in
> Chicago visiting my son enroute home.  Driving here, fog in the evening
> driving into Laramie.  Next morning pea soup fog on the east slope of the
> Laramie Range and less severe fog all day across Nebraska.  Yesterday fog
> all across Iowa and Illinois enroute to Chicago.  Last night in Chicago 100
> ft. visibility in pea soup and the same this morning, followed by an hr. or
> so with a strange yellow orb in the sky but now fog & haze closing in
> again.   What is going on?  The Olympics were foggy on the slopes most of
> the time, which is not unusual so close to the Pacific, but in the desert of
> the intermountain west and on the plains???
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