According to the state, North Carolina has what is called “super fog” It could make driving extremely dangerous through parts of coastal North Carolina in the coming days.
N.C. Forest Service issued the alert Sunday and say it is caused by a wildfire along the Pamlico Sound. The fire has been burning for about a week and covers nearly 2,000 acres. They say “‘Super fog’ forms when a mixture of smoke and moisture released from damp, smoldering organic material such as brush, leaves and trees, mixes with cooler, nearly saturated air.
Visibility is very low and this creates a dangerous driving situation. Be careful!