Meteorologists were left confused at a great gout of fog which blotted Edinburgh on the 27th of May. Sending field experts to their research to prepare an explanation.
“This was due to extreme weather alterations affected by swiftly alternating temperature flow through the east to west winds. Causing thick fog and large cloud cover in the hilltops and hillside,” explain Dr Krazinsky of Dundee Meteorological Society.
And this was very true. Eyewitnesses report cloud cover and fog so dense that sky and land seemed to be fused together for a time. Luckily, according to Dr Krazinsky, the humidity was broken by torrential rain fall which continued until the next morning.
The Envoy will continue to monitor this situation and report if more unfolds.