Parts of Tasmania receive a fresh dump of autumn snow on Sunday

It’s beginning to feel a lot like winter as snow blankets part of the state on Sunday.

The Bureau of Meteorology predicted snow in several areas around the state, including Cradle Valley, the Central Highlands and East Coast District.

People around the Great Lake near Miena in the Central Highlands woke to a fresh snow dump.

Snow surrounded the Great Lake Hotel, which reported on social media that 4WD cars were moving around, but advised against anyone in a 2WD car from sightseeing until the snow was gone.

Cars were covered as snow continued to fall during part of the morning.

Snow was predicted to fall above 700 metres in the area.

Launceston may not have snow, but the Bureau of Meteorology predicts the maximum day time temperature will not rise above 14 degrees.

Mount Mawson in the state’s south also received an impressive snow dump on Sunday.

Snow dusted Mt Wellington, forcing some roads to close.