South Australian Satellite/Lightning

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JMA Himawari-8

South Australia Satellite Notes

Cloud scattering across SA in wintry winds is causing showers, a few storms, and small hail. Showers are heaviest and most frequent in the southeast and in central areas while are lighter and more brief in the west. Skies are clear in the north under a dry airmass.

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