Queensland Satellite/Lightning

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JMA Himawari-8

Queensland Satellite Notes

Cloud in north QLD as moist southeasterly winds feed a trough is causing showers and the odd storm, mainly about the north tropical coast. Patchier cloud in the southeast in cooler southeasterlies is causing the odd shower about the coast. Mostly clear skies elsewhere.

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