120km/h gales roar in

Written By miftah nugraha on Sabtu, 20 Juli 2013 | 19.55

TASMANIA Police reported no damage from the strong wind that buffeted the south of the state yesterday.

The Bureau of Meteorology's severe weather warning and advice to residents to secure loose items around the home was downgraded at 4pm.

Senior forecaster Glen Perrin said there were "some pretty interesting gusts" during the day.

Mt Wellington had the strongest of 120km/h at 11.15am followed by Spring Bay with 111km/h at 12.53pm, Tasman Island 100km/h at 10.06am and Tunnack 96km/h at 12.45pm.

The highest amount of rainfall before 9am was 71mm at Liawenee followed by 41mm at Blessington and Western Creek.

The northeast continues to receive steady amounts of rain.

And a minor flood warning for the Meander was downgraded at 4pm.

Heavy showers are predicted for Hobart tomorrow, with a high of only 11 degrees and alpine snow developing.


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