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New South Wales/ACT Satellite Notes

Thick cloud over parts of eastern NSW with a trough and moist, onshore winds is triggering heavy rain and the odd embedded storm. Cloud over the west with a trough is generating thunderstorms. Skies are partly cloudy in central parts under high pressure.

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Cyclone Nora: BOM warns system may brew into category four storm in Gulf of Carpentaria

21:50 EDT

A severe category four tropical cyclone could develop off the Queensland coast on Saturday, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) has warned.

Tropical Cyclone Nora: BOM issues warning as storm approaches Gulf of Carpentaria

19:13 EDT

Tropical Cyclone Nora is passing by north-east Arnhem land this evening, before moving to the Cape York Peninsula and intensifying over the weekend.

World Meteorological Day: Weather Ready, Climate Smart

15:30 EDT

Today is World Meteorological Day, a tongue-twister that is celebrated annually on March 23rd.