This is amazing.
"The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco."
Perhaps no place on Earth is more closely associated with fog.
The fog has been relentless this week east of the Mississippi.
Interestingly, it's partly driven by the same thing that's given us such great, early-December weather -- high pressure.
The Bay Bridge was doing a pretty good impression of the Golden Gate on Sunday morning.
The thick fog refused to break this morning.
The final wave of rain exiting in the sunset hour promoted a rainbow frenzy.
The dulled light allowed vibrant colors in our autumn foliage to pop.
The pilots probably can't even see the runway until they are just a couple hundred feet off the ground.