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South Australian Satellite/Lightning

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South Australia Satellite Notes

Patchy cloud over the southeast of SA in the wake of a weakening low pressure system is causing scattered showers. A thin band of cloud in the far northeast near a trough is not bringing any rain. Skies are almost clear elsewhere under a high pressure system.

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