dry haze

dry haze

[¦drī ′hāz]
(meteorology)
Fine dust or salt particles in the air, too small to be individually apparent but in sufficient number to reduce horizontal visibility, and to give the atmosphere a characteristic hazy appearance.
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The nauseating dry haze has arrested the rolling hills of Gisozi, a suburban neighborhood of Rwanda's Capital City, Kigali.
Fog Force delivers a dry haze made of fine aerosol particles that stay suspended in the air and do not settle to the ground.