In a city with over 300 sunny days per year, a pervasive fog shrouding the entire region is quite rare. Such conditions descended upon Austin in the early hours of March 4th, 2015.
Conditions were calm and visibility varied from 200-500 yards depending on local ground moisture.
On a clear night Lou Neff Point in Zilker Park offers one of the best views of the Austin skyline. Move the slider below to compare foggy conditions against a clear night.
The Great Lawn in Zilker Park, still moist from a light evening drizzle, produced a dense and static ground fog.