It seems that today's rain is just the start of a rather wet week in Northern Tasmania.
A Bureau of Meteorology spokesperson has said, however that the rain should ease for the rest of Monday.
So far the North has received between 5-10mm of rain since 9am - the Northwest has received between 10-20mm.
Today's cold front will move east away from the state, however strong winds will remain an issue during Monday evening going into Tuesday.
BOM has issued a severe weather warning of high winds for northern coastal areas including Devonport, George Town and Bridport .
Winds are predicted to be between 60-70 km/h with gusts up to 100 km/h.
A ridge is predicted to move across the North West during Tuesday towards the North East, bringing with it strong north and northwesterly winds as well as light showers.
Cold fronts are expected to come from the west over the state on Wednesday and Thursday, bringing rainfall between 10-20 mm on Wednesday and 5-15mm on Thursday..