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Mount Dowe is a mountain in northern New South Wales, Australia. It is part of an old shield volcano that was active around 18 million years ago. It is the second highest mountain in the Nandewar Range, only being just short of Mount Kaputar. It is the location of a television and radio transmitters which broadcasts to locations such as Moree, Tamworth, Gunnedah and Narrabri as it is in a prime location to give television coverage to vast areas in the North West Slopes and Plains district.
The summit of Mount Dowe is often 10 degrees C colder than the valley floor. Mount Dowe can also receive snow during winter but usually this is only a light dusting.
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