THE Bureau of Meteorology forecasts rain or showers in the Launceston area every day until Sunday.
Launceston's Ti Tree Bend recorded six millimetres yesterday from 9am until 5pm, which was the third highest amount in the state.
The most rain recorded during that period was at Mount Read in the West, which had eight millimetres of rain, followed by Wynyard on the North-West Coast, which had seven millimetres.
Today there is a 95 per cent chance of rain in the Launceston area, with six to 10 millimetres expected.
Temperatures will range from a minimum of 7 degrees to a maximum of 13.
Today the bureau expects the Central North District to have rain falling as snow above 600metres during the evening.
Overnight temperatures will fall to about 5 degrees, with daytime temperatures between 10 and 13.
The Central North should expect showers to fall as snow above 600 metres early tomorrow morning.
Overnight temperatures will fall to between minus 2 degrees and 2 degrees, with daytime temperatures between 10 and 13.
On Wednesday in the Central North, showers are expected to fall as snow above 800 metres in the evening.
Overnight temperatures will fall to between 4 and 7 degrees, with daytime temperatures between 10 and 13.