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Spring haze
Arctic haze or sea smoke comes from different phenomena depending on the season. At the beginning of spring, when warm, moist air circulates over a cold sea, it occurs an advection mist. At the end of the fall, when the ice is not yet formed and the air temperature is above 5°F (below -15 °C), it is referred to as an evaporative mist. In the absence of wind, these mists are captive of the low layer of air and saturate it.
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