Los Angeles Basin Fog

An offshore wind scours out low-lying fog trapped in the Los Angeles basin by a low altitude temperature inversion.

This photograph of downtown Los Angeles and Century City was taken Sunday morning from the Backbone Trail in Topanga State Park while doing the Will Rogers – Temescal Loop from the “end of Reseda” in the San Fernando Valley.

At the time an offshore wind was scouring out low-lying fog trapped in the Los Angeles basin by a low altitude temperature inversion.

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