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New South Wales/ACT Satellite Notes

Thick cloud over most of NSW weak with a trough is causing areas of rain, heaviest across central and southern areas. Cloud just ahead of this system is generating a few isolated storms. Low cloud over the northeast with humid winds is bringing the odd, light shower.

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