Cold days and inversion fog

The past week has been mostly dry – unusual for November here – but while the coast and the mountains have been seeing relatively warm, clear days, here in the Willamette valley we are lucky to top out at 45 degrees and to see the sun for two hours around 2 pm after the fog breaks and before the next fog forms. With no wind to speak of, cold moist air sinks into the valley and stays put, keeping us foggy for 18 hours of every day. Even so, I still prefer cool, foggy, and green to Minnesota’s cold, clear, and white/brown.

Longer post tomorrow…

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