Welcome to another week in the Apple Isle.
Launceston is in for a wet Monday, with the Bureau of Meteorology predicting up to 8mm of rainfall.
A cold front and trough in southern Australia will bring gusty showers and light rain to the state.
The bureau issued a strong wind warning for the far North West Coast, South West Coat and Central West Coast on Monday.
A maximum of 12 degrees is predicted for Monday and Tuesday.
Tuesday will be much of the same with showers about the north extending to the west and far south throughout the day.
The bureau says thunderstorms are possible on the north coast and Flinders Island.
Radar is showing mostly virga here (shaded white), rainfall that evaporates before it reaches the ground, not helpful for well needed rain pic.twitter.com/ORjm9quwLZ— BOM Tasmania (@BOM_Tas) July 16, 2017
Wednesday evening will see snow lowering to around 400 metres in the south.
Areas of fog are likely in the morning, with a maximum of 13 degrees predicted for Launceston.
Stay up-to-date with road closures by visiting www.police.tas.gov.au/alerts/weather-affected-roads/.