Western Australia South Infrared Satellite/Lightning

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Western Australia Satellite Notes

An organised area of cloud over northwestern parts, with Tropical Cyclone Kelvin, is triggering heavy rain and storms. Cloud further south with a low pressure trough is causing a severe storms. Skies are clearer in the west near a ridge of high pressure.

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