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New South Wales ACT Satellite Notes

Cloud forming over southern NSW is mainly high jetstream cloud and is not bringing any rain. Skies are generally clear elsewhere due to drier winds, leading to cool days and chilly nights. Nights are chilly enough for frost to develop about the ranges.

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