fog over

fog over

To become obscured by fog. My glasses fogged over while I was in the shower—I can't see a thing!
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fog over

[for something made of glass] to become covered over with water vapor. The windshield fogged over because I forgot to turn on the defroster. The mirror fogged over, and I couldn't see to shave.
See also: fog, over
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The photo above was taken in December 2016 and shows holes visible at the upper left in the large swath of fog over northern India, with the largest hole over Delhi.
Researchers analyzed chemical characteristics of fog through conducting field observations [25-29] and improved forecasting capability of fog models by parameterizing microphysics features of fog over the sea and land.
He captioned it: "Rolling fog over River Mersey and snow-capped Welsh mountains on the horizon."
Harbhajan dismissed Matt for two and Broad for one in his first two overs after England had resumed on 282 for six in the morning following a two-hour delay caused by fog over the ground.
However, the simulations indicate a negative difference over the Alqueva reservoir, suggesting that the presence of the water body inhibited the formation of fog over it, probably due to the higher water surface temperature.
Caption: Figure 5: Mean number of days with fog over the entire year in Beja Air Base (2006-2012) by (a) hour, (b) hour and month, and (c) month.
O'Sullivan, "A review of some recent radiation fog prediction studies and the results of integrating a simple numerical model to predict radiation fog over Brunei," in Air Quality, Pageoph Topical Volumes, pp.
Thulsidas, "Analysis and forecasting of fog over Bangalore airport," Mausam, vol.
Singh, "Forecasting fog over Delhi-anobjective method," Mausam, vol.