The wet and windy weather will continue over the weekend and into the coming week with prolonged rainfall expected to cause moderate flooding across much of the state's North.
The Bureau of Meteorology has warned that catchments are already full from recent rainfalls and will be highly responsive to anything further.
A minor flood warning is current for the North Esk River, along with warnings for the South Esk and Meander rivers.
With flood warnings in effect, the BOM has advised people to take care when travelling near creeks and rivers as water levels can rise quickly and without warning.
Local sports clubs should also monitor weather conditions at playing fields with flooding possible at low lying grounds.
Strong winds are expected overnight on Friday and throughout Saturday prompting the BOM to announce a strong wind warning for the North and North-West of the state.
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As a cold front approaches on Friday night temperatures will drop increasing the chance of snowfall in elevated regions around 700 metres, similar to last week's snowy conditions.
In Launceston, the current weather conditions are expected to last until Tuesday before the rain clears.
For more information go to www.bom.gov.au/tas/warnings/
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