Western Australia North Visible True Colour Satellite/Lightning

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JMA Himawari-8

Western Australia Satellite Notes

Cloud over much of the west of WA with a weak trough is producing light rain, mainly in the southwest. Cloud building over the Kimberley is not yet generating any rain. Clear inland under a dry airmass and a broad high.

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