Sea fog continues to plague north coast of Cornwall and Devon

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The sea fog that’s been lurking around the coast of southwest England for the last three days continues to affect the coastline of north Cornwall and Devon this morning. If anything it seems to have lifted into a more organised thicker band of low stratus rather than the sea fog of previous days, with no ship tracks visible in it today as there were yesterday.

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