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Strong winds hit Tasmania, blocked roads and blew a boat off a trailer onto the Tasman Bridge, reports AAP.

A severe weather warning has been issued for the entire state because of noxious northwest winds.

Affected locations include Devonport, Burnie, Launceston, St. Helens, Swansea, Strahan, New Norfolk and Hobart.

Gusts of wind reached 156 km / h on Maatsuyker Island, 124 km / h in the Hartz Mountains and Cape Bruny, 122 km / h on Scotts Peak and 119 km / h on Mt. Wellington.

Gusts of wind in Hobart have reached 98 km / h.

It is predicted that the wind should blow from the east in the evening.

Rescue workers had to evacuate Tasman Bridge the previous Sunday after the wind blew a boat onto the road from a trailer.

A roof peeled off a building in Hobart’s CBD, closing Macquarie, Davey and Harrington Streets.

Trees block the roads on Bruny Island, there is water over the road on the Neck and the ferry between Kettering and Bruny Island does not run.

The state emergency service warns people to secure outdoor items, check family and neighbors, and beware of fallen trees and power lines.

For late Sunday, snow up to 400 meters is to be expected.

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