Several North-West Coast towns are still without power after a windy Monday night across the region.
Over 2000 TasNetworks customers are still without power, according to the company, with the majority of those (1037) covering the towns of Calder, Elliott, Henrietta, Moorleah, Mount Hicks, Oldina, Preolenna, Ridgley, Somerset, Takone, Tewkesbury, West Ridgley, West Takone and Yolla.
Also, Dial Road, Penguin is still completely blocked at the intersection with Peppermint Drive due to multiple trees and power lines being down due to high winds.
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Central Coast Council and TasNetworks are working to clear the scene, however no traffic will able to pass the intersection until further notice.
All up there are seven areas that have been impacted across the Coast, with restoration times for all areas still unknown.
The exact cause of the outages also remains unknown.
The Bureau of Meteorology were predicting peak gusts in excess of 100km/h.
Emergency services are responding to dozens of calls this morning relating to storm damage across the state.
A Tasmania Police spokesperson said that high winds overnight have caused multiple trees and powerlines to fall, blocking roads and causing power outages in several areas.
It comes after the Bureau of Meteorology issued a weather warning yesterday afternoon, with damaging winds forecast for the North-West Coast and Central North of Tasmania.
The spokesperson said the Lyell Highway between Hamilton and Ouse has been closed due to a fallen tree and powerlines completely blocking all lanes.
The road will remain closed for at least two hours while crews from TasNetworks work to clear the hazard.
Meanwhile, Dial Road at Penguin has been completely blocked by multiple fallen trees and powerlines at the intersection with Peppermint Drive. The local council and TasNetworks are working to clear the scene, however the police spokesperson said no traffic will able to pass the intersection until further notice.
Other roads effected by trees and powerlines blocking or partially blocking traffic include:
The police spokesperson asked motorists to drive to the conditions while local councils, road and power authorities respond.
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