Western Australia South Satellite/Lightning

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Western Australia Satellite Notes

Cloud scattering across WA as moisture feeds a strong cold front is generating gusty showers in the west & south. These gusty showers are thundery & heavy at times in the far southwest. Skies are generally clear elsewhere due to high pressure and a dry airmass.

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More damaging winds in southern Australia

12:58 EST

Two cold fronts will deliver surges of damaging wind across Australia's southern states over the next four to five days.

Deepest Aussie July snowpack in 21 years

08:49 EST

The latest snow depth reading is in from Spencers Creek, at an elevation of 1830m approximately halfway between the NSW ski resorts of Perisher and Thredbo, and it's the deepest July snowpack in 21 years.

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