We sure have had a lot of fog this summer! Thanks to the cooler temps overall this year, Lake Superior has not warmed up as much as it normally would and that means that we've had quite a bit of fog. When we have had warm days, the warm air mass coming from land clashes with the cooler air mass over the lake and creates fog. It seems we've had more foggy days than not this year. In honor of that phenomenon, I'm sharing this photo from earlier this summer. This photo was taken on June 27th of this year and shows a blanket of fog rolling over the top of Hat Point in Grand Portage.