In the tropics, say the Caribbean, I have read that there is very often a lot of nighttime and morning fog. I have read that the crucial factors are
- The ocean temperature
- Cool nighttime air temperatures
- The movement of air from areas above land to areas above the sea
Assuming this is more or less correct, I am wondering if there is any way to estimate the effect of a local rise in sea temperature, say by 1°C.
My guess is that you'll get more fog lasting later, but I don't really know what I'm talking about.
Note: if I have incorrectly described the issues at stake, I would be pleased to be corrected.