Snow is predicted for 400 metres and higher this weekend, the Bureau of Meteorology has said.
Expect powder to 800 metres on Friday, 500 metres on Saturday and finally 400 metres on Sunday.
Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Matthew Thomas said that the Central Plateau would be the best place to see snowfall, provided proper snow chains were used.
“On Sunday Ben Lomand might get a centimetre or two, but at the Central Plateau there will be more likely five to 10 centimetres - five in the east and 10 in the west of the Central Plateau,” he said.
“Around the south-west of the state we could see 20 centimetres of snowfall.”
Mr Thomas said that in spite of the wild weather on Tuesday and Wednesday this week, there was no reason to stay away from the great outdoors on the weekend.
“We’re not expecting damaging winds on Sunday, it might be a little breezy early on Ben Lomond 7am to 10am, easing back a little beyond that, but nothing you’d classify as damaging.
“There will be wind, but it will be a southerly wind, moderate around the peaks and gusty at times in the morning, but nothing that should prevent people from getting out and playing, I would have thought.”
In lower areas, there will be showers throughout the north on Friday, and possible afternoon showers on Sunday - but the horror winds of up to 160m km/h experienced this week will dissipate.
Mr Thomas said the Launceston region would actually be the driest in Tasmania on Sunday.
There’s certainly one group of Tasmanians who will be enjoying the fresh snowfalls - the Devils at Cradle sanctuary posted a video this week of their residents enjoying a snowman.
Meanwhile, Ben Lomond Snow Sports have issued a message that they have reopened, after a section of their roof blew off during Tuesday night’s severe weather.
After initial warnings that they would likely be closed over the weekend, they are back up and running as of Thursday afternoon.
They thanked the National Parks and Wildlife Service for their assistance.
Temperatures will be three to 13 in Launceston today (Thursday), five to 12 Friday, two to 11 Saturday, and -1 to 11 Sunday.