After a wet and windy week, Thursday night is expected to warm up a little in Tasmania, before the weather delivers another cold front on Friday morning.
BOM meteorologist Tim Bolden said gusts of us to 100 km/h were again expected on Friday, particularly in the North and North-West of the state.
The snow line is expected to drop to 600 metres on Friday afternoon, and there are minor flood warnings in place for the Mersey, Meander, North Esk and South Esk rivers.
A severe weather warning is in place for the West and North Coasts, including at Bridport, Devonport, and Flinders Island.
Sheep graziers in the Central North, North-East, and East Coast are warned that cold temperatures, showers and strong northwesterly winds are expected during Friday.
"There is a risk of losses of lambs and sheep exposed to these conditions," the bureau said.
Bushwalkers are advised to expect hazardous conditions, especially in the Western and Central Plateau regions.
On Thursday gale-force winds were recorded throughout the state. Hogan Island was the highest wind gust with 135 km/h, with 107 km/h at Low Head, 102 km/h at Maria Island, with Devonport seeing gusts of 96 km/h.
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