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New South Wales/ACT Satellite Notes

Patchy cloud spreading across the far south of NSW near a trough is not bringing any rain. Hot northerly winds are filtering over much of the state ahead of this trough. Skies are generally clear elsewhere due to a ridge of high pressure and low moisture levels.

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Low flows hit northern Tasmanian irrigators

12:26 EDT

The drying effect of El Nino is restricting irrigation in northern Tasmania.

Another round of heat to finish up Spring

11:36 EDT

Extreme heat has been affecting New South Wales again this week just ahead of a cooler change.

Consumers asked to accept 'hailstorm heroes' after storms damage fruit

11:23 EDT

The fruit industry will ask consumers to lower their expectations on fruit quality this season.