I do a lot of actual flying in North Carolina and the Summer haze has already kicked in. Six miles visibility is not uncommon on otherwise sunny nice days. Everything looks good from the ground but at 3000 feet you can barely see the ground over the nose much less the horizon.
FS9 did a good job of depicting this but FSX shows a very clear horizon line. It looks as if ground textures disappear into the haze correctly but the sky stays bright blue at the horizon contrasting heavily with the silvery haze below the horizon line.
Is there a cure for this in FSX? It really takes the challenge and useful practice out of low vis flights. I now use ASA and Flight Environment that together do a great job of overcoming a host of FSX shortcomings, but still this vis problem persists.