New South Wales/ACT Satellite/Lightning

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JMA Himawari-8

New South Wales ACT Satellite Notes

Cloud forming over northern NSW in a broad, slow-moving trough is generating showers and thunderstorms. Some storms are intense about the slopes and ranges. Generally clear skies elsewhere in drier winds are leading to warm days and mild nights.

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La Nina making its presence felt

13:19 EDT

The southeast of the country is today witnessing what a La Niña summer looks like, with widespread storms, showers and strong winds forecast from South Australia across to Victoria and New South Wales.  A vigorous trough is crossing the southeast, currently situated near the Victorian-South Australian border, and brought wind gusts close to 100km/h about elevated areas this morning.

Tropical activity ramping up in the northwest

11:24 EDT

Australia's northwest could be in for severe weather next week, with the possibility of the first tropical cyclone of the season forming over Australian waters.