New South Wales/ACT Infrared Satellite/Lightning

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New South Wales ACT Satellite Notes

Cloud on the northern NSW coast and ranges in a weak trough and moist onshore winds is causing a few showers, mainly near the QLD border. High cloud streaming in from the west ahead of a cold front is not producing any rainfall.

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