South Australian Satellite/Lightning

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South Australia Satellite Notes

Thick cloud stretching from the northwest into the south with a broad trough is generating showers and storms. High cloud skimming the southeast is not rain-bearing. Skies are clearer over the northeast corner with an area of high pressure ahead of the approaching trough.

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