A severe weather warning for damaging winds has been issued for Sunday, with another vigorous cold front expected to cross the state over the next few days.
The Bureau of Meteorology has warned gusts of up to 100-110km/h are expected, and possibly 125km/h in elevated areas, with gale-forced winds also expected for all coastal waters.
Winds are expected to ease below the warning threshold in the afternoon and evening, but may continue in the North-East.
With a cold front expected to cross the state at the weekend, snowfall has been predicted for 500 metres on Sunday, and expected to lift to about 800 metres Monday.
Snowmelt could also be a contributing factor in flooding issues next week, with minor flood warnings in place for the South Esk, Huon and Macquarie rivers.
Significant rainfall has been predicted across the state for Sunday and Monday, with totals of 30-60mm.
Cold weather warnings will be issued for Sunday evening and Monday.
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The SES has urged people to prepare for the damaging weather.
Assistant director of operations and resources Leon Smith said it was likely there would be water on roads and drivers should be cautious of debris.
"Rainfall catchments across the state are already wet, meaning that these winds will likely cause trees and tree limbs to fall," he said.
The SES have advised people should supervise children closely, check family and neighbours are aware of warnings, manage pets and livestock, secure outdoor items including furniture and play equipment, be prepared in case of power outages, beware of damaged trees and power lines, and take care when driving.
The latest weather warnings can be found here.
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