Fog is an indelible part of the magic and culture of San Francisco, providing inspiration for poets and artists and a sometimes-welcome buffer against summer heat. But a new New York Times story by John Branch warns that fog’s future is uncertain, imperiled by a changing climate. Branch joins us to talk about his reporting on the city's famous fog and its elusive future.
The Future of San Francisco's Famous Fog is, Well, Foggy
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John Branch, reporter, the New York Times
Diane Frank, author, editor, "Fog and Light: San Francisco Through the Eyes of the Poets Who Live Here"