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Current Synoptic Situation

South East Tasmania Forecast - Weather (Synoptic) Situation:
A series of active cold fronts will cross Tasmania this week, with associated lows passing to the south of the state. A vigorous west to northwesterly stream will persist through to early Friday when another cold front will see winds shift southwesterly and ease slightly as a high moves over the Bight.
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Official Bureau of Meteorology Satellite Notes.

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Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
National Meteorological and Oceanographic Centre

Satellite Notes for the 1800UTC chart on 28 July 2014
Issued at 5:00 am EST Tuesday on 29 July 2014


The Sub-Tropical Ridge, or the belt linking the high pressure systems, stretches
across the middle of the continent. Embedded cold fronts with associated cloud
are south of this in the vigorous westerly airstream over the Southern Ocean.

A line of jetstream cloud stretches from southern South Australia and southern
New South Wales to the Tasman Sea.

Some patchy middle level cloud is visible about the northern tropics.
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