TASMANIA will experience high fire danger on Wednesday.
The state is currently battling the worst bushfires in three years, which have burned in the state's North, North-West and South for the last 29 days.
A massive fire south-west of Mawbanna, in the state's North-West, remains of concern to residents in the Balfour area.
Underground hotspots continue to plague firefighters on the ground in the Mersey Forest, south-west of Mole Creek.
The bushfire along Gordon River Road, Mount Cullen, west of Hobart, has also proved difficult to access and control, Tasmania Fire Service said.
Launceston will be partly cloudy on Wednesday and is expected to reach a top of 28 degrees.
There is also currently an air quality reading of more than 58 one-millionth of a gram of wood smoke per cubic metre air in Launceston - the equivalent of a smoky winter's morning.
The smoke is from fires in the North-West.