Queensland Infrared Satellite/Lightning

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JMA Himawari-8

Queensland Satellite Notes

Cloud about eastern and far northern QLD in moist southeasterly winds is bringing showers. Skies are generally clear elsewhere in dry winds, leading to cool-to-mild days and chilly nights, frosty in the south.

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