Tasmanian Fire authorities are on alert with a total fire ban imposed for the whole of the south of the state tomorrow with areas expecting a top of 29 degrees and North westerly winds up to 55km.
There is also a high fire danger warning for the East Coast especially around the St Helens area as well as north in the Fingal valley.
Although the North wont have as high temperatures it will still be hit with gusty winds.
Ian Bounds acting Northern Regional chief of the TFS say people must stay vigilant.
"We are asking people not to have fires out in the open and if they have had fires on their property over the last three to four days, go back and investigate those fires and make sure they are fully extinguished so that we don't have re-ignition due to the high winds that we are going to get."
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