A local name in Eastern Scotland for a sea fog which spreads inland.
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[ See Hoar
.] A fog; esp., a fog or mist with a chill wind. [ Scot.] T. Chalmers.
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• (n.) A fog; esp., a fog or mist with a chill wind.
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Haar is a cold sea mist or fog occurring in eastern Britain and coming off the North Sea.
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In meteorology, haar is a coastal fog along certain lands bordering the North Sea; the term is primarily but not only, applied in eastern Scotland. Research has shown that haar is typically formed over the sea and is brought to land by wind advection. Variants of the term include har, hare, harl, harr, hoar and the origin may be Saxon
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The Haar or Haarstrang is a ridge of hills on the southern edge of the Westphalian Basin in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. From a natural region perspective it is the southern, submontane part of the Hellweg Börde, which stands opposite the northern area of the Süderbergland (which is the natural region of the Sa
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A term used in northeast England and Scotland for fog and low cloud along the northsea coasts.
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