Mist hid the overcast sky and covered the tops of the tall oak trees.
Do this sentence sounds right?
Can you please clarify the situation you are trying to describe?
It's not very clear what you want to say with this sentence. When you say mist, do you mean fog? If the mist/fog is hiding the sky, how do you know it's overcast? And, as mist or fog has a floating nature rather than a heavy nature is seems strange to say it covered to tops of the oak trees.
I think if you are describing fog, you should say that. Also, try using verbs which are consistent with the behaviour of fog, like hover, float, hang, drift, etc.
Let me know if you need more input!
I hope this helps.
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