Fog Installation to Celebrate San Francisco’s Unique Climate

Fog Installation to Celebrate San Francisco’s Unique Climate
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Regardless of the weather forecast, city residents will be able to lose themselves in the mist during an April exhibition

Janet Burns
  • 5 november 2014

Mark Twain famously mused that the coldest winter he’d experienced was, in fact, a San Francisco summer. The author has done well, then, to make himself unavailable for an upcoming Market Street event, during which an extra bit of human-made fog — on top of whatever cold weather an SF spring also sees fit to bring — will be rolled out.

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