A rainy weekend is ahead, with up to 50 millimetres of rain predicted for Saturday.
Bureau of Meteorology forecasts between 30 and 50 millimetres of rain in the state's North and West on Saturday, possibly up to 100 millimetres in elevated areas, due to approaching fronts.
Central areas will receive between 15 and 25 millimetres, but less than 5 millimetres is forecast for the lower East and South-East.
The wet conditions are expected to continue into Sunday and Monday with a further 5 to 15 millimetres expected each day in the North.
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Showers will develop in the North and West during Friday, with around 2 to 5 millimetres expected, mainly during the evening, the bureau said.
Windy conditions are also expected from Sunday, with fresh and gusty winds of between 80 and 90 kilometres per hour possible on Sunday and Monday.
Gales are expected for maritime waters on Sunday and Monday, mainly in the state's West and South.
The rainfall and wind over the weekend are a result of a low-pressure system that will develop to the west of Tasmania on Saturday, followed by fronts crossing the state early on Sunday and again early Tuesday morning.
Visit the bureau's weather warning portal for updates throughout the weekend: bom.gov.au/tas/warnings/
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