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New South Wales ACT Satellite Notes

Patchy cloud over the far southeast of NSW with a westerly flow is producing barely any rain. Smoke from bush fires across the east in southwesterly winds is reducing air quality and visibility. Mostly clear skies elsewhere under a region of high pressure.

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13:56 EDT

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12:33 EDT

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