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South East Tasmania Forecast - Weather (Synoptic) Situation:
A complex area of low pressure is passing north of Tasmania as a ridge of high pressure weakens south of the state. The low will move southeastwards to be centred east of Tasmania tomorrow morning, then continue towards New Zealand Wednesday afternoon as a cold front approaches Tasmania from the west. This front will cross the state late Wednesday and early Thursday, followed by another cold front on Friday. A high centred south of Western Australia will maintain a ridge over the southeast mainland on Saturday while a low slowly passes well south of Tasmania, maintaining a westerly flow over the state.
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SATELLITE NOTES: Official Bureau of Meteorology.

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Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
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Satellite Notes for the 1200UTC chart on 22 October 2013
Issued at 11:00 pm EDT Tuesday on 22 October 2013


Extensive cloud with isolated embedded thunderstorm activity covers the
southeastern states and the southern Tasman Sea. Middle level cloud can also be
seen over central Australia and the northern parts of Western Australia. These
are associated with a broad upper level and surface trough. Isolated
thunderstorm activity can be seen over the northwest triopics.

A ridge of high pressure is resulting in mostly clear conditions over the
remainder of the country apart from some patchy low cloud along the Queensland
coast and the southern coast due to onshore windflow.
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