Rain Haze

  • StockholmBoy

    Senior Member
    English
    Ok, but that's exactly what I was trying to describe: you know when it's pouring down so heavily that it seems like a bank of fog is forming? Well,something like that...
     

    PaulQ

    Banned
    UK
    English - England
    you know when it's pouring down so heavily that it seems like a bank of fog is forming?
    No. I don't know. Where are you when this is happening? In a house looking out at it? On a high point watching the weather approaching? Suddenly caught in it?
     

    StockholmBoy

    Senior Member
    English
    I saw this happening sometimes during one of those summer storms but more often in winter when the air is so heavy with moisture that you have what is normally referred to as misty rain. I was just trying to find another nice way to say that really but in a way that the hazy element is emphasised.
     

    StockholmBoy

    Senior Member
    English
    But agreed. Haze and rain don't really go hand in hand together. Not sure they are mutually exclusive though. That's probably too strong a statement.
     
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