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New South Wales/ACT Satellite Notes

Cloud about the coast and ranges, with a low pressure system, is triggering a few showers; these are becoming more confined to the coast as the system moves away eastwards. Cloud in the far west, with a low pressure trough, is producing a few showers and the odd storm.

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