Here’s why eerie sea fog rolled onto Flagler and Volusia beaches
Those along the Flagler and Volusia coastline witnessed a spooky sight Tuesday and Wednesday as sea fog made its way onto shore. In the case of sea fog, the cooler ground is the relatively cooler ocean water. Water temperatureAs that unseasonably warm and humid air moved over the cooler water, the air cooled to its dew point temperature. Sea fog formationWhen this happens, the air becomes saturated and fog forms. Sea fog formationAn onshore wind along the Volusia and Flagler coast pushed that fog back onto the land.