Suppose that $\pi:Y\to X$ is a continuous surjection from one compact metric space to another. Given a regular probability measure $\mu$ on $Y$ with pushforward measure $\nu:=\pi^*\mu$, it is known that there is a family $(\mu_x)_{x\in X}$ of probability measures on $Y$ such that $x\mapsto \mu_x(B)$ is Borel measurable for each Borel subset $B$ of $Y$, such that almost every $\mu_x$ lives on the fiber above $x$, and such that $\int_Y f(y)d\mu(y)=\int_{x\in X}\int_{\pi^{-1}(x)}f(y)d\mu_x(y)d\nu(x)$.

My question is: suppose in advance that $\mathcal{O}$ is some fixed nonempty open subset of $Y$. Is it true that there is a probability measure $\mu$ as above for which $\mu(\mathcal{O})>0$ and such that there is a disintegration as in the previous paragraph for which the map $x\mapsto \mu_x(\mathcal{O})$ is *upper semi-continuous*? (A previous version of this question asked for continuity.) This is motivated by the fact that any Radon measure on a compact metric space is upper semi-continuous with respect to the Hausdorff metric.