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New South Wales ACT Satellite Notes

Patchy cloud over northern and central inland NSW and on the ranges in a weak trough is only causing the odd shower about the ranges. Skies are generally cloud-free elsewhere under a weakening high, which is allowing cooling sea breezes to affect the coast.

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