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New South Wales/ACT Satellite Notes

Cloud over northeastern and central-western NSW in active troughs are generating a few intense storms, which are gradually easing. Cloud elsewhere on the coast, ranges and slopes in weaker parts of the troughs is causing showers. Relatively clear in the far west.

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