Your ANZAC Day forecast
ANZAC Day will be mostly fine with showers about the west, far south and Bass Strait Islands.
Totals of around 15–20 mm to fall in the west, and fresh and gusty winds over the state.
The Bureau of Meteorology says conditions will change late Thursday as west to northwesterly winds strengthen, with gusts expected to reach 80–100 km/h across the state by late Thursday evening ahead of a front crossing early Friday.
Tasmanian Meteorologist, Matthew Thomas says a cold front will cross tonight, with showers expected for many dawn services across the state.
"We'll see showers about the west, far south and Bass Strait Islands," he said.
About 100 towns and cities will stage more than 200 events tomorrow to commemorate the 104th anniversary of the Anzac landings at Gallipoli in 1915.
There will be dawn marches and services, late morning parades and services, morning teas and lunches and buglers will sound the Last Post in all corners of the state.
On Friday the state will see showers and small hail for the west, south and Bass Strait Islands with totals of 20–30 mm in the west, 5–10 mm in the south and less than 5 mm elsewhere. Thunderstorms are possible during the day for the west and far south.