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New South Wales/ACT Satellite Notes

Broken cloud crossing northern NSW in the tail end of a cold front is not causing any rain. Low cloud is being pushed over the southern half of the state in fresh westerly winds, bringing a few showers to the slopes, and snow flurries to the Snowy Mountains.

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