Early morning low clouds and fog on April 6, 2012 across the eastern plains of NM were detected exceptionally well in the new RGB nighttime microphysics product at ABQ. The first image shows the fog and low clouds along the TX state line creeping westward into NM. The fog and low clouds across the east contrast very well with the mid level cloud cover farther to the west over the Sangre de Cristo and San Juan mountains. The second imagery is the MODIS 11-3.9micron product. Note the presence of speckled yellow areas over the east central and southeast portions of the state that are not present in the RGB imagery. This information was useful for composing short-term forecasts. A graphicast was also created using the combined fog depth product later in the morning as it is available roughly every 20 minutes versus the swath dependent MODIS.