The Bureau of Meteorology has warned of strong winds and low temperatures across Tasmania over the coming days.
BOM issued a severe weather warning for possibly damaging winds between 60 to 70km/h, topped with peak gusts up to 100km/h, to hit the North Coast and Bass Strait Islands on Sunday night.
Cold fronts are predicted to hit the state Sunday morning, Sunday evening and early on Tuesday.
The fronts will bring rain mostly in the North, deep South and the West which is predicted to receive more than 100mm.
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There is a possibility of snow showers across the Central Plateau as well as other high altitude areas in the state.
The snow line is predicted to drop to around 600m on Tuesday then down to 500m on Wednesday.
BOM expects the absolute maximum temperature for both Launceston and Hobart to be 13 degrees between Sunday and Wednesday.
BOM reminds more vulnerable members of the community to prepare for the cold temperatures.
You can keep track of all the state's weather warnings here.