Very cold conditions have developed overnight with the lowest recorded overnight temperature of -10.2 at Liawenee – its lowest recorded temperature since July 2017. Light snowfall has settled at some places above 100 metres overnight, mainly about the west of the state. Conditions were generally cloud free elsewhere. Light showers are expected to develop across […]

An icy blast not seen for exactly five years is set to hit Tasmania on Tuesday and Wednesday, causing temperatures to plummet and snow to fall to right down to just 100 metres — with the high potential for Southern Tasmanians to be waking up to a WINTER WONDERLAND on Wednesday! Bureau of Meteorology meteorologist […]

As SEVERE WEATHER continues to lash many parts of the state, the Bureau of Meteorology has issued a minor flood warning for the Huon River. Around 10–30 mm of rain is expected in the southeast, Upper Derwent Valley and lower east of the state today, and up to 60 mm possible in elevated areas. Tomorrow […]

A Severe Weather Warning for Damaging winds is current for southern, eastern and northern Tasmania with the state already recording winds up to 150km/h at Maatsuyker Island before 9am this morning. Other strong gusts recorded so far today include: o 119 km/h at Mount Read o 115 km/h at Scotts Peak o 109 km/h at […]

Could we be waking up to a winter wonderland on Wednesday morning? Well, that’s what the Bureau of Meteorology seem to think! Hobartians have well and truly settled into the cold season, with FREEZING temperatures shocking the city over the last two weeks… Except, we have yet to seen a Hobart winter staple – SNOW! […]

The Bureau of Meteorology has forecast a week of windy and wet days across the state! A cold front is expected to cross on Tuesday, bringing wet, windy and cold conditons to Tasmania. GUSTY WINDS will develop about much of the state on Tuesday morning, with SNOW lowering to SIX HUNDRED METRES about the south […]

The Bureau of Meteorology have issued an alert for Southern Tasmanians today, with snowfalls, thunderstorms and potentially damaging winds all expected. WIND: A Severe Weather Warning is current for damaging west to northwesterly winds over southern Tasmania today, with winds averaging 50–60km/h and peak gusts of 100 km/h. The strong and gusty winds are expected […]

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