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Saturday, February 2, 2019

Sunday: Day of Total Fire Ban

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TOMORROW, Sunday, February 3 been declared a Day of Total Fire Ban throughout all southern Tasmanian municipalities as well as the Break O'Day, Northern Midlands and Dorset councils.

No fires may be lit or allowed to remain alight in the open air from Sunday, 3 February 2019 2am tomorrow (Sunday) until 2am Monday, February 4.


Fire Danger Rating - February 2: Very high for the Upper Derwent Valley.  Fire weather forecast.

Maydena/Tyenna/National Park warnings:  Click for updates.

Strathgordon warnings: Click for updates.

Central Plateau warnings:  Click for updates.

Huon Valley warnings: 
Click for updates.

Tasmania Fire Service alerts and incidents: Click for updates.

Weather warnings: Click for updates.

Local road closures:  Click for updates and the full statewide list.

Mt Field National Park: Closed until Monday. Click for updates.

Junee Cave State Reserve and Marriott Falls State Reserve: Closed until further notice.

Derwent Valley Council tip sites: Open today, closed tomorrow (Sunday). Click for updates.

Maydena Bike Park: Open. Click for updates.

The Mercury's rolling coverage: Click to read.

Local weather forecasts:

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