15th May 2019 – (Hong Kong) The entire Victoria Harbour was submerged in a sea of clouds this morning. Hong Kong Observatory forecasted earlier morning that there would be thick fog along the coastline. Visibility was significantly reduced due to the heavy fog. The phenomenon of the low lying fog just above the sea level created a heaven-like city. Some of the boats were completely submerged in the heavy fog.
Hong Kong Observatory explained that the Advection fog occurs when moist air passes over a cool surface by advection (wind) and is cooled. It is common as a warm front passes over an area with significant snow-pack. The Advection fog appeared at around 4am today before disappearing at around 10am.
Check out the time lapse video below for the amazing natural phenomenon.