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NSW Satellite

NSW satellite

Thick cloud crossing southern and central NSW and ACT with a trough is generating gusty rain and storms, most intense on the ranges. A band of cloud stretching to the northwest is only causing the odd light shower among the blowing dust. Patchy cloud and showers in the northeast.

NSW Satellite

NSW satellite

Thick cloud crossing southern and central NSW and ACT with a trough is generating gusty rain and storms, most intense on the ranges. A band of cloud stretching to the northwest is only causing the odd light shower among the blowing dust. Patchy cloud and showers in the northeast.

NT Satellite

NT satellite

Cloud scattered over the NT Top End as a heat trough gains a little moisture is ony bring the odd light shower to the far northeast and the west. A band of cloud crossing southeast with a weak trough is only bringing the odd spot of light rain.

QLD Satellite

QLD satellite

A band of cloud crossing southwestern QLD with a blustery cooler change is only bringing the odd spot of light rain among the blowing dust. Patchy cloud about the east coast in moist onshore winds is causing isolated showers, generally light. Mostly cloud-free elsewhere.

SA Satellite

SA satellite

Cloud scattering across SA in brisk winds the wake of a front is bringing showers, mainly to the southeast, hills and ranges. A cloudband crossing the northeast with a blustery cooler change is only bringing the odd spot of light rain among the blowing dust.

TAS Satellite

TAS satellite

Thick cloud streaming over TAS with a low pressure system is generating rain and storms, most intense in the northeast. Only the odd brief shower is reaching the southeast. Scattered cloud moving in from the west with a cold front is bringing further showers and small hail.

VIC Satellite

VIC satellite

Thick cloud streaming over eastern VIC with a trough is generating rain and storms, most intense about the ranges. Cloud scattering across the state with a cold front is causing showers and small hail, mainly in the south. Only the odd brief shower is reaching the northern plains

WA Satellite

WA satellite

Cloud scattering across southern WA in brisk winds the wake of a front is bringing showers, which are easing from the west. A cloudband crossing the interior with a weak trough is not bringing any rain due to dry winds. Skies are mostly clear on the west coast and in the north.

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