A wave of warm and humid air distributed by the ex-hurricane “Ofelia” covered Europe with a shallow fog. The foggy veil spreads from Britain to the Volga region and from Scandinavia to the Mediterranean.
The sea air quickly cools down over the continent and condenses into a dense veil of tiny drops of water. Fog is accompanied by a weak drizzle.
The anticyclonic nature of the weather with a weak wind and powerful surface inversion allows the fog to hang for days. In places, visibility is strangled to 100 meters. In the afternoon, with a warm-up, it dissipates a little, and in the evening it goes down again. Bad visibility makes transportation difficult.