Satellite image for Thursday the 29-03
Low cloud is visible about southern agricultural areas of South Australia and southern Victoria due to a ridge of high pressure combined with an onshore flow. Westerly winds are resulting in patchy cloud about Tasmania while a frontal system is located further west over the Southern Ocean. A low in the Coral Sea is directing fresh to strong southeasterly winds with isolated showers along the southern Queensland coast. Converging southeasterly winds into a low pressure trough are resulting in persistant showers for the North Tropical Coast. Cloud through the central Northern Territory is due to Ex-Tropical Cyclone Nora. Isolated thunderstorms are active along the Kimberley coast. A ridge of high pressure is maintaining settled conditions elsewhere.