The forecast promised snow, and it didn't disappoint with parts of the state shivering through the night.
On Friday The Examiner reported that snow would fall as low as 600 meters in parts of the state.
The Bureau of Meteorology has forecast a high to move over the southeast of the mainland during Monday, extending a ridge over Tasmania late as winds ease.
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"A low will weaken to the west of Tasmania Tuesday morning, with north to northwesterly winds strengthening as a cold front approaches the west late evening."
"The front will cross Tasmania early Wednesday morning, followed by a trough."
Snow has been forecast to continue in some regions, with falls expected above 1200 meters in the Central Plateau district on Monday.