English version

be socked in

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe socked inbe socked inAmerican EnglishTT if an airport, road, or area is socked in, it is very difficult to see far and no one can travel because of bad fog, snow, or rain sock
Examples from the Corpus
be socked inBut Boston was socked in, so the plane flew straight to Frankfurt from Philadelphia.
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