As temperatures dropped drastically overnight Tasmanians awoke to rain, snow and a chilly Autumn morning.
In Launceston on Sunday it was 5.1 degrees at 10am before it rose to 8.8 degrees at 11.30am.
Temperatures are expected to rise slightly on Monday, with a maximum of 17 degrees forecast for the city.
Snow continued to fall at Ben Lomond and Cradle Mountain, with snow falling at about 600 metres in the morning and to 800 metres in the evening.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Rainfall in the North and North-East continued through Sunday. With the Bureau of Meteorology delivering flood watches and warning to:
- Minor Flood Warning for the South Esk River
- Final Flood Warning for the North Esk River
- Flood Watch for North and North East catchments
On Saturday Quamby Bluff received 48.6mm of rainfall, Western Creek registered 43.2mm and Launceston Airport recorded 34.4mm.