With the start of the school holidays, many may be hoping to get a glimpse of the snow covering areas of the state this weekend.
Drivers are being urged to take care on the roads, with Tasmania Police alerting many roads closures and caution being advised for others.
Cradle Mountain Road, Dove Lake Road, and Belvoir Road are some of the closed off roads, with caution being advised for Highland Lake Road at Deloraine and the Murchison Highway. Lake St Clair has been advised as 4WD access only.
Luke Johnston from the Bureau of Meteorology advised that with todays fine weather it is a great opportunity to head up into the Central Plateau, as winds are easing.
"The snow is likely to stick around at the Central Plateau for the rest of today and into tomorrow."
There wasn't a repeat of last years historical snowfall in Launceston however, with the Bureau noting the differing wind direction the as reason.
"This is the same cold air mass we saw, but last year the winds came from a south-eastern direction pushing the snow down into the Tamar Valley. This recent snow was pushed by winds from a south-western direction."
It will be a cold morning on Sunday with temperatures down to -2 degrees forecast in parts of the North West Coast, Central North, North East.
Hobart saw some of its higher suburbs receiving small amounts of snow down to 100m overnight.
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