A Rush of Fog and Tsunami Clouds

Fog develops when the relative humidity nears 100 percent, which can be achieved by either adding moisture to the air or cooling the surrounding air. Fog can be dense or thin, and it can grow quickly and evaporate quickly, creating unusual photography views if you time it right. We have some magnificent photographs of "tsunami clouds" drifting over a row of condos on Florida's coast thanks to the folks at Panhandle Helicopters in Panama City Beach, Fla.

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Fog develops when the relative humidity nears 100 percent, which can be achieved by either adding moisture to the air or cooling the surrounding air. Fog can be dense or thin, and it can grow quickly and evaporate quickly, creating unusual photography views if you time it right. We have some magnificent photographs of “tsunami clouds” drifting over a row of condos on Florida’s coast thanks to the folks at Panhandle Helicopters in Panama City Beach, Fla.

J.R. Hott, the pilot of Panhandle Helicopters who captured the stunning photographs, said this occurrence occurs a few times a year, generally further down the coast.

Check out his work below.

 

 

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