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Latest Radar Image for Wednesday 7-3

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Latest Radar Image for Wednesday 7-3

admin March 7, 2018
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Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology 
Bureau National Operations Centre
 
Satellite Notes for 1200UTC Chart on 06 March 2018
Issued at 12:15 am EDT Wednesday on 07 March 2018

 
A low pressure system over the southern Gulf of Carpentaria is responsible for
an area of middle level cloud and embedded thunderstorms. Isolated thunderstorms
can also be seen over northern parts of Western Australia and Queensland near a
surface trough. 

An upper level trough is generating a middle and high level cloud band which can
be seen extending from central and southeastern Queensland, through northeastern
New South Wales to out over the Tasman Sea.

Another upper level trough is producing patchy middle and high level cloud over
central Australia.

A high pressure system over the Bight is directing onshore winds and some patchy
low level cloud near coastal parts of New South Wales.

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