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Sunday, September 10, 2017

Today's road weather updates

POLICE advise motorists to drive according to the conditions at all times and to be aware that on country roads especially, those conditions can change quickly because of ice and snow.

Local road hazards and closures as of 11.27am, Sunday, September 10: 

Gordon River Rd – open but proceed with extreme caution due to snow

Lake Dobson Rd – open but proceed with extreme caution

Lake Secondary Rd – open but proceed with caution

Lake St Clair Rd – open but proceed with extreme caution

Lyell Hwy (Wayatinah to Derwent Bridge) – open but proceed with caution

Marlborough Rd (Bronte to Miena) – open proceed with caution

Note: Snow drifts may form on roads due to the height of wind rows formed over the past week, caution is required.

Click here for the full list and updates from Tasmania Police.

Road Weather Alert
for the Upper Derwent Valley, North East, Western, Central Plateau, East Coast and South East forecast districts

Issued at 9:15am on Sunday 10 September 2017.

Snow-covered roads above 500 metres will make driving conditions dangerous during Sunday in parts of the North East, Western, Central Plateau, East Coast, Upper Derwent Valley and South East forecast districts.

For information on any road closures, please contact your local council or the Police.

The next alert will be  issued by 5pm Sunday.

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