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12:30 UTC on Sunday 29 November 2015 | Cloud/surface composite, Australia
Infrared image courtesy of the Japan Meteorological Agency. Blue Marble surface image courtesy of NASA.
IDY28000 Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology Bureau National Operations Centre Satellite Notes for the 1800UTC chart on 29 November 2015 Issued at 5:20 am EDT Monday on 30 November 2015 Thunderstorms continue over the northern interior of Western Australia, throughout the Northern Territory and parts of north Queensland. This activity is the result of a humid unstable airmass combined with a broad low pressure trough aligned through these areas. Thunderstorms are also visible in the vicinity of a low pressure system over the Bight and about southeast Queensland. Larger areas of thunderstorms area positioned off the NSW coast along a trough while another area of storms is evident to the east of Lord Howe Island. Elsewhere, patchy cloud is visible over the southern interior of Western Australia and parts of South Australia. A cold front is moving to the south of Western Australia with another front is developing in the cold air behind it. Mostly clear skies across the southwest and central parts of Western Australia and also the southeast of Australia due to ridges of high pressure.