Fog, as obscures visibility. Generally depicted as a square of a gray, hazy, cloud-like mass.
May be used as a weather icon to represent foggy conditions. May also be used to represent metaphorical fog (e.g., a daze).
Not to be confused with 🌁 Foggy, though their applications may overlap.
Microsoft’s design is a stylized depiction of fog, featuring three, wavy lines, as Google’s previously did. Samsung’s fog previously resembled three clouds. Twitter’s design previously resembled its 🌁 Foggy emoji, showing fog obscuring the Golden Gate Bridge.
📅 Fog was approved as part of Unicode 7.0 in 2014
and added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.