A Lancashire/Yorkshire idiom meaning something that does not exist or is worthless e.g. "What do you want? Scotch Mist?"
An idiom which in the United Kingdom means a cold and penetrating mist that verges on rain.
In the United Kingdom an idiom meaning something that is hard to find or doesn't exist (something imagined).
Scottish term given to a persistent drizzle with poor visibility, especially on moors and out at sea (also called smirr), which poses risks of hypothermia to walkers, and of navigation and collision danger to sailors.