Around 10,000 properties in northwest Tasmania are without power as a wild storm moves across the state.
The Bureau of Meteorology issued a severe wind warning for the entire Apple Isle on Wednesday morning, with isolated gusts in excess of 130km/h possible.
Tas Talks listener Paul sent through this image of his friend's trampoline in Boat Harbour this morning.— Tasmania Talks (@tasmaniatalks) February 13, 2018
Please ensure your belongings are secured as best as possible, folks and stay safe in this wild weather! #TasWeather pic.twitter.com/EQfCiaAFhu
TasNetworks, the state's power supplier, is investigating outages across the northwest, including at major centre Devonport.
Motorists have been urged to slow down, with police reporting fallen trees across roads at Devonport and Latrobe.
.@BOM_Tas have updated the Severe Weather Warning for Damaging Winds. Damaging Winds are expected for all of Tasmania today. For more information, visit https://t.co/rOcwF3fp2D pic.twitter.com/JBnfPLwWst— TasALERT (@tasalert) February 13, 2018
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