Tasmania's rainfall on Thursday has exceeded Launceston's average rainfall for March, with 50.4 millimetres recorded.
The average rainfall for the city this month is 39.7mm.
The Bureau of Meteorology recorded 177 mm at Gray, 156 mm at Mount Arthur, 143mm at Mount Barrow, 64mm at Evandale during yesterday's rainfall.
St Helens received 83mm, Cressy measured 61mm and Friendly Beaches captured 70mm.
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The rainfall tested the North and North-Easts infrastructure with several roads closed on Thursday and Friday.
Tasmania Police warned of hazardous road conditions on Friday morning due to flooding. Calling for motorists to proceed with caution on:
- Cornwell Road, St. Mary's
- Esplanade, Scamander, north of the boat ramp
- Henry Street, Ravenswood
- Irish Town Road, St Mary's
- St Columba Falls Road, Pyengana (at the bridge)
- Tasman Highway, Nunamara - two kilometres on the Scottsdale side of Nunamara
- Upper Scamander Road, Scamander
- Binalong Bay Road
A moderate flood warning remains for the South Esk River and a minor flood warning remains for the North Esk River and Macquarie River.
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