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Queensland Satellite Notes

Low cloud over QLD coast and ranges in moist southeasterly winds is only causing drizzly, light showers in the tropics. A band of cloud crossing the west as moisture feeds a trough is generating some showers in the southwest. Mostly clear elsewhere under a ridge of high pressure.

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