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BOM issues alert for dangerous conditions

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Brisbane motorists have been warned to take care on the roads on Wednesday morning, as a blanket of thick fog smothered the city. The Bureau of Meteorology issued a warning just before 6 am, saying reduced visibility in the mist “will make road conditions dangerous” during the morning. The fog is covering much of the eastern Queensland coastal fringe.

Queensland Police said they had already seen “a few” traffic incidents and impacts as a result. “Please drive to conditions,” the service said. Crashes across the southeast include multiple incidents on the Bruce Hwy north of Brisbane, a single-vehicle crash at Indooroopilly on Moggill Rd, and a single-vehicle crash into a tree Cedar Creek.

Meteorologist Rosa Hoff said the fog would dissipate shortly after sunrise. “When there’s fog about, that’s a sign there are clear skies, and at the moment around Brisbane that’s being fulfilled,” she told NCA NewsWire. “There is a chance of cloud cover increasing later in the day, and possibly a late shower in the afternoon.” Brisbane is expected to reach 24C on Wednesday.

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