Damaging winds continue across Tasmania, with howling winds relentlessly battering the state.
A severe weather warning for damaging winds is current across the state, warning residents that the winds will strengthen during Sunday afternoon.
It follows on from a windy week, most notable is the length of this windy spell.
Hobart has recorded winds in excess of 65km/h each day since last Tuesday. Winds peaked at 107km/h on Saturday afternoon, making it the windiest day in a year.
These damaging winds have caused widespread damage across the state, tugging at roofs and bringing down powerlines and trees.
Elevated locations were seeing the strongest wind gusts throughout this period with Mt Wellington recording 130km/h on Saturday.
The strong winds have been caused by strong cold fronts crossing the state. Adding to the winter-like feel has been heavy rainfall and colder than average daytime temperatures.
For Monday the winds are expected to ease for a day or two before the next front causes winds to increase again on Wednesday morning.
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