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New South Wales/ACT Satellite Notes

Cloud over the NSW coast and ranges is due to chilly southeasterly winds feeding a weak trough, causing showers, mainly on the north coast. Patchy cloud is reaching the the western slopes in the weak trough but there are virtually no showers. Skies are clear in the far west.

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