Not so funny haar haar

Courtesy of NASA

The haar in the Moray Firth has been remarkably persistent today. Yesterday it had cleared by lunchtime and in the afternoon there were small amounts of lifted cumulus with temperatures close to 18°C. Today its took till mid-afternoon to clear, and there’s a moderate occasionally fresh E’NE wind and temperatures of 12°C and its rather bracing! I think the Moray Firth acts like a giant funnel in situations like this, and the haar is pushed up into the inner firth by the wind, and sometimes the last place to clear are the Black Isle and the Cromarty Firth.

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