The cool continues to bite much of the state with a wet end to a wet week and a wintry spring weekend on the cards for Tasmania.
The Bureau of Meteorology said up to 30mm of rain is expected across the North on Friday, before relenting on Saturday.
While the wet should subside over the weekend, you will need to stoke your fires ahead of a frosty weekend.
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Bureau of Meteorology's meteorologist Luke Johnston said the North can expect a wet day on Friday before an icy blast hits on Saturday.
The blast will be accompanied by wind, and snow up to 500 metres across the state, with average gusts of 40 - 60 km/h on Saturday.
It might be worth battening down the hatches with the potential for stronger 80 - 90 km/h winds to extend across the state.
Have your winter coat handy on Sunday morning, and keep it ready ahead of chilly mornings next week.
"Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, in particular, will have frosty starts," Mr Johnston said.
Friendlier weather is expected as the day wears on, however, with Mr Johnston confident pleasant days will emerge from the frost.
To stay up to date with current forecasts visit the BOM website.
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