50-04. CLOUDS AND FOG

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1. What conditions are most likely to lead to the formation of hill fog?
2. Which of the following weather conditions favour the formation of radiation fog?
3. The presence of altocumulus castellanus indicates:
4. What type of cloud is being described? A generally grey cloud layer with fairly uniform base and uniform appearance, which may give drizzle or snow grains. When the sun is visible through the cloud, the outline is clearly discernible. Sometimes it appears in the form of ragged patches.
5. Which type of fog is likely to form when air having temperature of 15 °C and dewpoint of 12°C blows at 10 knots over a sea surface having temperatures of 5 °C?