Queensland Satellite/Lightning

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Queensland Satellite Notes

Cloud moving over the southwest with a nearby trough is causing patchy rain. Cloud over the far north in southeasterly winds is not rain-bearing. Skies are generally cloud-free elsewhere due to dry winds and high pressure, leading to cool-to-mild days & cool-to-cold nights.

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Fog lingering over Central West NSW at lunchtime

13:51 AEST Thick fog blanketed parts of NSW on Tuesday morning, with some areas still shrouded by fog and mist at lunchtime.

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