Northern Territory Sky Observations
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(Ungroup by district)
|Time||Vis||Cloud||Current weather||Past weather|
||25000||3/8 Cu Ac Ci||Sky unchanged||Mostly clear|
||20000||1/8 -- Ac --||Sky unchanged||Mostly clear|
||40000||2/8 St -- --||Sky unchanged||Mostly clear|
||20000||clear||Sky unchanged||Mostly clear|
||30000||1/8 -- -- Ci||Cloud dissolving||Mostly clear|
||30000||7/8 -- Ac --||Cloud dissolving||Mostly cloudy|
||30000||7/8 -- Ac Ci||Sky unchanged||Mostly cloudy|
A front is bringing a colder showery change to southern Australia, dropping temperatures by five-to-10 degrees.
Some inland areas of Northern Queensland have had their coldest April morning in at least 60 years.
Large areas of southern Australia can expect a foggy start to the next few mornings, reducing visibility for the first few hours, even in the southeastern capitals.