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The formation of fog depends on the occurrence of favourable climatic elements particularly; temperature, water vapour content of the air, wind and cloud cover. The nature of the local terrain is important for the development of fog and there is a tendency for it to persist in valleys and hollows. The incidence of fog can show great variability over a short distance for example, 1 kilometre.