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Western Australia Satellite Notes

Low cloud over southern parts of WA with cool onshore winds is causing the odd light shower, mainly in the southwest. Patchy cloud over the northwest with a low pressure trough may cause storms to develop later. Skies are clearer in the east under a ridge of high pressure.

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13:45 EDT

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