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Queensland Infrared (b/w) Satellite/Lightning

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Queensland Satellite Notes

A blanket of cloud over southwest QLD near a low pressure trough is bringing little if any rain. Patchy cloud along the coast in moist onshore winds is producing brief and light showers in the tropics and southeast. Skies are clearer elsewhere due to a ridge of high pressure.

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