WIDESPREAD drizzle and a blanket of fog covered the South Burnett this morning with Kingaroy receiving a miniscule .06mm of rain.

The lowest temperature this morning was 15 degrees, two to four degrees above average for this time of year.

Spokesman for the Bureau of Meteorology Gordon Banks said the fog acted as a blanket, keeping temperatures up.

"This morning's fog was a little different from what we usually classify as fog," Mr Banks said.

"This was effectively the cloud lowering to the point where it's on the ranges, appearing as fog."

Kingaroy will reach a top of 21 degrees today with slightly cooler conditions in store tomorrow.

Wednesday will be the warmest day of the cycle, treating the region to a mild 25 degrees and sunshine, with the chance of a shower in the afternoon.

From Thursday and onto the weekend the South Burnett will be in for some warm days and cool nights with mostly sunny conditions and a slight chance of rain.

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