New South Wales/ACT Infrared Satellite/Lightning

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New South Wales/ACT Satellite Notes

Areas of cloud moving east in a broad trough are generating patchy rain, showers and a few thunderstorms. Cloud bubbling up in the northeast in another trough is generating isolated storms.

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Cyclone Trevor creates wind gusts as violent as Cyclone Tracy before downgrading to tropical low

11:15 EDT

At its peak, ex-tropical Cyclone Trevor was as powerful as 1974's devastating Cyclone Tracy, with wind gusts of up to 250 kilometres per hour.

Cyclone Veronica poses the biggest risk to the Pilbara in a decade, authorities warn

10:38 EDT

Western Australia's Pilbara coast is being pummelled by gale force winds and torrential rain from Cyclone Veronica, with authorities warning the system poses the biggest risk to the region in a decade.

Cyclone Trevor's destructive eye slams Northern Territory coastline with 250kph winds

06:40 EDT

Tropical Cyclone Trevor has been downgraded to a tropical low, but will continue to bring heavy rain as it weakens further and reaches outback communities on Sunday.