KSL weatherman Kevin Eubank invented a new word on Tuesday night's newscast. Or at least he thought it was a new word.
Eubank attempted to explain how ice crystals form during the winter inversions that trap cold air and smog over the Salt Lake Valley. Eubank explained that when the temperature drops at night, moisture from the smog crystalizes and falls to the ground as snow. To explain this, Eubank coined a portmanteau, a combination of "snow" and "fog," or "snog."