high fog

high fog

[¦hī ′fäg]
(meteorology)
The frequent fog on the slopes of the coastal mountains of California, especially applied when the fog overtops the range and extends as stratus over the leeward valleys.
References in classic literature ?
Profiting by the high fog which grew in the bottoms, they had wormed their way through the matted grass, like so many treacherous serpents stealing on their prey, until the point was gained, where an extraordinary caution became necessary to their further advance.
NNA - Weather in Lebanon tomorrow (Wednesday) is almost clear in the morning changes gradually during day-time to cloudy with high fog and drop in temperature on the coastline as forecasted by Beirut Airport -based Meteorology Department.
Major General Mohammad Saif Al Zafein, Director of Dubai Police's Traffic Department, warned drivers against speeding and asked them to be cautious while driving in adverse weather conditions, especially since the UAE is currently witnessing high fog density in the early hours of the morning, which is expected to last in the coming days.
On our Pacific Coast, the difficulty is to get them low enough (to prevent high fog from obscuring them) .