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Australia Satellite Notes

Patchy cloud over TAS, VIC and southern NSW with a trough is triggering showers and a few storms, falling as snow above about 1000m. Cloud in the southwest with a cold front is causing showers, heaviest about the coast. Skies are mostly clear elsewhere under a broad high.

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BOM issues NSW severe weather warning as Sydney hit by high winds

00:03 EST

Parts of NSW have been buffeted by high winds, with two people injured by flying building cladding, glass left shattered in a CBD high-rise and Sydney Airport forced to cancel flights.

Roofs removed as strongest wind in years lashes eastern NSW

13:30 EST

A wintry blast is bringing the strongest wind gusts in years and low level snow to parts of eastern and southeast Australia today.

Potential for windiest day in years in NSW

08:12 EST

Today will be the windiest day of the year for much of the coast and ranges of New South Wales with potential to be the windiest day in more than two years in parts, including Sydney.