Yesterday's thick fog has mostly cleared in the region with blue skies and sunny conditions ahead, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.
Meteorologist and weather presenter Livio Regano said the foggy weather was experienced through many parts of South East Queensland due to two layers of low cloud formation.
“Yesterday was just incredible,” he said.
“We had some thick, low cloud in the morning that would have usually disappeared once the sun arrived.
“However, a second layer of low cloud came along before that could happen and created the thick blanket of fog which lasted into the day.”
Livio said today's weather outcast would be completely the opposite to yesterday, with sunnier conditions expected from lunchtime.
“There is a dry, south-westerly change coming through in the next few hours which will see clearer skies into the weekend,” he said.
“Temperatures will be quite crisp but conditions will be very dry.”
From tomorrow, a minimum of 9 degrees is expected with the maximum temperature reaching 23 degrees.
Similar conditions will be experienced across the weekend, with crisp but sunny weather on the cards.