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New South Wales/ACT Satellite Notes

Bright-looking high jetstream cloud crossing western NSW is not bringing any rain due to dry northerly winds. These dry northerlies are also heating up. Skies are otherwise generally clear due to the dry winds and a dominant high pressure system.

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