Queensland Infrared (b/w) Satellite/Lightning

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Queensland Satellite Notes

Cloud scattering along the QLD coast and nearby ranges in moist onshore winds is causing showers, mainly in the tropics. Cloud over the west of the state in a weak trough is causing virtually no rain. Skies are mostly clear in the far southwest in drier winds.

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