A thick cloud of sea fog spread across Sydney’s iconic Bondi Beach on December 17.The fog dramatically reduced visibility along the beach front. The Bureau of Meteorology, New South Wales, said the weather event was ‘slightly unusual’.“While it’s not necessarily common to see #fog in the afternoon, the current moist conditions over the sea are conducive to it. Might hang around for a bit,” the BoM said.Weatherzone senior meteorologist Jacob Cronje told the Sydney Morning Herald a number of factors combined to create the unusual event.“You have the warm moist air mass over warmer than normal seas and weak winds; it’s the perfect recipe for this kind of thing, but it’s not something that’s expected at this time of the day,” he said. Credit: @nmiddlebrook via Storyful
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