Hi - we've vacationed in Nova Scotia 5 times in the past 19 years and have been rather fortunate, according to some, to have found fog generally not a huge problem. I've been told it often obsures the views in Cape Breton, for instance, but I only remember occasional early morning (burns off quickly) or late evening fogs. We've had the odd fog day on the Lighthouse Route, but generally these have been few.
Yet I keep reading about fog.
Most of our visits have been in late August and I've wondered if this timing is a factor? This is important as we're planning a trip for next year in late June/early July. I'm speculating now that possibly fog is more frequent when the temperature differential between water, land and air are highest and perhaps that's why our late summer visits - less temperature difference - have been relatively fog free?
Can anyone comment? Should we reconsider an early summer visit?