- DaSaGwaLv 79 年前最佳解答
There are 3 possible ways:
1. Fog: the one you see in a cold weather.
2. Mist: similar to fog.
now, what difference between fog and mist:
The answer lies in their thickness – and how far we can see through them (ie: the visibility). If we can see less than 1 km through the cloud of water droplets, it is known as fog. If we can see between 1 and 2 km, we call it mist.
although mist and fog look like smoke, they are actually tiny drops of water floating in the air. In fact, they are clouds that have formed at ground level
3. Haze: smoke, dust, or mist in the air which is difficult to see through.
2012-01-31 14:10:01 補充：
For a joke!, "霧" in 霧煞煞 is not fog, but "confuse about", :-) ...參考資料： self