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The bushfire at Inala Road, Forcett, has been upgraded to an emergency warning.
Twenty five vehicles are attending that fire.
Copping, Dunalley, Inala Road, Gangells Road, White Hills Road and Kellevie Road are under threat, while the fire also has the potential to impact Boomer Bay, Connellys Marsh, Primrose Sands and Carlton River in the two to four hours.
The areas are expected to be affected by smoke and ash.
It joins bushfires the fire at Dawson Road, Lake Repulse in being upgraded to an emergency warning, while the fire at Woorak Road, Epping Forest, has been downgraded to watch and act.
Twenty three vehicles are at Lake Repulse and 16 at Epping Forrest.
The Epping Forrest fire could effect the communities of east of Conara Junction on the Esk Main Road in the next 2-7 hours.
There may be embers, smoke and ash falling on Esk Main Road and Midland Highway.
The Tasmanian Fire Service says residents in the area may be in immediate danger and should take action now, with any delay in action having the potential to put lives at risk.
Fires at Freshwater Lagoon, Coles Bay, Stormlea Road, Nubeena, Middle Tea Tree Road, Richmond, and Davis Gully Road, Four Mile Creek, have the advice alert level, meaning residents should keep up to date with any developments.
The Four Mile Creek fire could affect communities of Davis Gully Road and Elephant Pass in the next six hours, with no immediate threat to communities.