Tasmania State Emergency Service has responded to close to 140 requests for storm damage assistance since yesterday.
Approximately 50 volunteers have clocked about 400 work hours in their efforts to help Tasmanians and keep our community safe.
Acting Deputy SES Director Nick Connolly said the worst of the weather appeared to be over, but Tasmanians should still exercise caution.
“We’re not expecting any major issues tomorrow, but we are asking people to be mindful of increased river flows as the rain continues,” he said.
“People should stay away from affected creeks and rivers and be aware of potential debris on roads and in other areas.”