After a night of damaging winds with peak gusts of between 90 and 100 kilometres per hour overnight, Northern Tasmanians have woken up to a windy, cloudy morning.
The Bureau of Meteorology has continued its statewide severe weather warning on Monday with winds expected to average between 60 and 70 kilometres per hour, and peak gusts of 90 to 100 kilometres per hour likely.
"This comes after a gusty night across Tasmania with some of the highest wind speeds recorded overnight including Maatsuyker Island and Scotts Peak - 139 kilometres per hour," the bureau's alert said.
"Winds are expected to begin easing from later today [Monday], but windy conditions may remain overnight and on Tuesday morning."
The bureau predicts a high chance of showers during the morning and afternoon, with rainfall of up to 3 millimetres.
"...the snowline will drop to 800 metres today before rising to 1000 metres on Tuesday."
Northern gale warnings have been issued for Central North Coast, Banks Strait and Franklin Sound, East of Flinders Island and the Upper East Coast, with a bushwalker alert issued for Western and Central Plateau Districts, and a sheep graziers warning for all Tasmanian grazing districts.
Small craft alerts have been issued for Central Plateau Lakes.
Tasmania SES warned residents about strong winds gusts via social media.
"Make sure you tie down any loose items outside, especially trampolines!" the SES Facebook post said.
Emergency services were called to a number of incidents overnight, with strong winds bringing down trees at Devoit, Frankford, Windermere Road, Rocherlea and Newnham.
Residents at Underwood, Windermere, George Town and Low Head have been impacted by power outages.
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The maximum temperature for Monday is predicted to be 16 degrees.
Bureau of Meteorology updates warning regularly at bom.gov.au/tas/warnings/
For emergency assistance in a flood or storm contact SES on 132 500 and if you need help in a life-threatening emergency call triple-0.
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