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NSW Satellite

NSW satellite

Patchy high level cloud in the east is not bringing any rain. Smoke in the northeast caused by ongoing bushfires is being directed east into the Tasman Sea. Mostly clear skies elsewhere due to high pressure and a dry airmass.

NSW Satellite

NSW satellite

Patchy high level cloud in the east is not bringing any rain. Smoke in the northeast caused by ongoing bushfires is being directed east into the Tasman Sea. Mostly clear skies elsewhere due to high pressure and a dry airmass.

NT Satellite

NT satellite

Skies are generally cloud-free across the territory due to a ridge of high pressure and dry airmass.

QLD Satellite

QLD satellite

Cloud across far northern tropical QLD in a weak trough is causing virtually no rain. Skies are mostly cloud-free across the remainder of the state under a ridge of high pressure and dry airmass.

SA Satellite

SA satellite

Cloud over the far southeast ahead of a low pressure trough and front is bringing a few isolated showers. Cloud in the west with a trough is not bringing any rain. Skies are clear elsewhere due to a ridge of high pressure and dry airmass.

TAS Satellite

TAS satellite

Cloud building over the west of the state ahead of a low pressure trough and cold front is bringing scattered showers. Skies are clearer in the east as the air dries out over the ranges.

VIC Satellite

VIC satellite

Cloud across southern parts of the state moving ahead of a cold front is bringing a few isolated showers, mainly coastal. Skies are clearer further north due to high pressure and a dry airmass.

WA Satellite

WA satellite

Cloud in the central-west in a weak trough may cause the odd storm. Cloud clearing the southwest being a front is not bringing rain. Generally clear elsewhere in dry winds, which are very hot and gusty in the west and north.

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