Brisbane skyline disappears as thick fog blankets the city

Brisbane was covered in a thick blanket of fog on a cool wintry Tuesday morning The fog caused traffic delays following ferries being delayed due to low visibility This coincided with bus drivers going on strike over industrial conditions Up to 19 flights were delayed at Brisbane Airport but not due to the heavy fog

By Riley Morgan For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 00:32 BST, 18 July 2017 | Updated: 00:32 BST, 18 July 2017

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Brisbane locals woke up to thick fog blanketing the city skyline with transport severely delayed due to a Brisbane City Council bus strike.

Locals were treated to a cool wintry morning in the state's capital on Tuesday morning as Brisbane was shrouded in heavy fog.

However, locals can expect the day to clear up to a fine and warm afternoon before a possible chance of showers during late night.

The Brisbane skyline was covered in thick fog on Tuesday morning

The Brisbane skyline was covered in thick fog on Tuesday morning

Fog blanketed Brisbane on Tuesday morning during cool wintry conditions

Fog blanketed Brisbane on Tuesday morning during cool wintry conditions

While temperatures hovered around 13 degrees Brisbane will warm up during the day

While temperatures hovered around 13 degrees Brisbane will warm up during the day

Images showed the city skyline was barely visible from the road as thick fog reminded locals it was winter.

While

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