Northern Tasmania is in for a wet couple of days.
Showers are expected in Launceston until at least Monday, with temperatures ranging between 11 and 15 degrees.
On Tuesday, about 15 to 25mm of rain fell through the North and West up to 9am, with a further 10 to 15mm expected to fall during the rest of the day.
Road weather alerts are in place for the west and Central Plateau.
The Bureau of Meteorology said snow would cover roads about 900-metres, and would lower to about 400-metres by Tuesday evening.
It would make driving conditions dangerous in these areas.
Tasmania Police warned of some roads impacted.
- Belvoir Road between Learys Corner and Murchison Highway is covered by thick snow.
- Highland Lakes Road is 4WD only from Little Pine Lake to Miena.
- Lake Dobson Road has patches of snow.
- Marlborough Road has light snow from Miena to McKenzie Tier.
- Poatina Road is open to 4WD vehicles only.
- Mt Wellington's Pinnacle Road is open to the summit.
A bushwalkers weather alert is also in place for the Western and Central Plateau due to "hazardous" conditions.
The bureau advised strong northwesterly winds, cold temperature, and snow as low as 400-metres were expected during Tuesday.
On Ben Lomond, snow is expected every day this week except Tuesday.
Wind warnings are also in place throughout the state.
For Tuesday, gale warnings are in place through the central North Coast and east of Flinders Island.
A strong wind warning is in place through the far North-West Coast, Banks Strait and Franklin Sound, the upper and south East Coast, south-west coast, and central West Coast.
A small craft alert is in place for the South West Lakes.
Strong wind warnings will persist into Wednesday with the exception of a cancelled warning for the lower East Coast.
Minor flood warnings are in place for the Meander River and North Esk River.
A flood watch is in place for teh Macquarie and Derwent rivers.
- For more information, visit the Bureau of Meteorology website.