Snow has continued to fall in parts of Tasmania but no significant snow fall is expected in the state during the upcoming week.
Parts of the state have endured a mixed bag on the weather front with rainfall being up and down across the state during July.
According to data from the Bureau of Meteorology, the North West of Tasmania endured above average rainfall during july but their fellow Tasmanians in the south and east received below average rainfall.
Social media has been packed with images of Tasmanians taking time out to enjoy the snowfall in various parts of the state.
The Great Lake Hotel showcased a winter wonderland outside their facility which showcased sizeable snowfall in the area.
A spokesperson for BOM said that snow fall, sitting above 1000 metres, was likely to continue throughout the coming week.
"There's nothing exciting there, in terms of snow, the lowest we had was last Tuesday and I know that settled to around 300 metres but there was snow falling to 150 metres but nothing like that in this coming week," they said.
Earlier in the week, keen skiers made the trek up to Ben Lomond to enjoy the snowfall across Tasmania's second highest peak.
The icy conditions on the roads due to the inclement weather caused havoc for some drivers, including a group that were left stranded in the Great Lakes area for several hours.
Looking forward into August, BOM are predicting above median maximum temperatures are likely for Tasmania throughout the month.
Meanwhile, Tasmania is likely to experience close to median rainfall in the south of the state according to BOM.
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