Multiple flood warnings are in place across the state after a night of wild weather, with winds peaking at 120km/h in places.
A moderate flood warning is current for the North Esk River, along with minor flood warnings for the South Esk and Meander rivers.
A flood watch is also current for the Huon, Derwent, North West, North and North East catchments, with the Bureau of Meteorology warning flooding may develop from Wednesday with additional rainfall.
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The 24-hours up to 9am today saw rainfall totals of 40 to 60 millimetres recorded, mostly about the northern highlands.
Over the next couple of days, rainfall is expected to be mostly confined to the West and North of the state - mostly associated with a cold front approaching late Friday and passing slowly Saturday.
Between 20 and 40mm of rain is broadly forecast for the state's North and West from Friday into late Saturday, with between 60 and 90mm possible for the North.
The BOM has warned that catchments are already full from recent rainfalls and will be highly responsive to anything further.
Strong winds hit the state late Tuesday, peaking at 120km/h at Mt Wellington in the state's south.
Gusts of 111km/h were also recorded at Scotts Peak, 109km/h at Mount Read, and 102 km/h at Cape Grim.
Fresh to strong winds remain about the state in the coming days.
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