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New South Wales/ACT Satellite Notes

Cloud crossing southern NSW with a trough and weak front is causing light showers near the Victorian border. Cloud in the northeast is mainly high cloud and is not bringing any rain. Mostly clear skies elsewhere due to dry winds are leading to cool-to-mild days and frosty nights.

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