Brisbane temperatures are expected to drop to 13 degrees this week, as the city reported its first fog of the season
The Bureau of Meteorology predicts cooler nights, with minimum temperatures expected to drop to 13 degrees in the city on Thursday
BOM meteorologist James Thompson said fog had already hit parts of Ipswich, west of Brisbane, in recent weeks, but it was the first in Brisbane of the season
– This is caused by just enough humidity around the warm ocean temperatures that we get in the fall and also a relatively cool evening, â € “ he said
– Overnight we saw temperatures drop to around 12 degrees in West Brisbane and 15 degrees in the cityâ ????
The river town could see a storm on Tuesday afternoon, with around 60% chance of rain
A severe thunderstorm was also possible on Wednesday, with a very good chance of rain in the late morning and afternoon
– Thunderstorms are possible over the southern interior and southeast later in the day, most likely near the NSW border, as an upper low and associated front begin to grow in Queensland, â ???? M Thompson said
– Thunderstorms are becoming more likely tomorrow in parts of the southeast and severe thunderstorms are possible with hail as luck as the upper low enters the areaâ ????
Fog, Brisbane, Bureau of Meteorology
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