A 63-year-old woman has died as a result of injuries sustained when a tree fell in high winds in&nbsp;Trevallyn, near&nbsp;Launceston. Police say the&nbsp;incident occurred at 12.30pm. Northern Tasmania's wild weather continues to wreak havoc across the region, with reports of power lines and trees down flooding in from many towns. Meanwhile&nbsp;people across the north-west of the state have been advised to stay at home if possible, as winds are expected to hit 100k/m an hour again&nbsp;on Thursday evening.&nbsp; STORM FORCES PM TO LAND IN HOBART:&nbsp;Strong winds have forced Prime Minister Tony Abbott to abandon his visit to Launceston on Thursday morning. WILD WEATHER CONTINUES TO LASH THE NORTH: Details of weather warnings, power blackouts, school closures and more + photos. LIVE UPDATES: Thursday morning’s rain and strong winds&nbsp;have created problems for property owners between Latrobe and Circular Head. ROOF RIPPED OFF:&nbsp;Mikayla Keating was cooking dinner when winds ripped open her&nbsp;Zeehan house.&nbsp; SURFER RIDES THE STORM:&nbsp;North-west surfers took advantage of the storm on Wednesday, risking the extreme weather conditions to catch a wave. CARAVANS WORTH $90k DAMAGED:&nbsp;Caravans worth a total of about $90,000 will most likely have to be replaced after damaging winds threw them around the Turners Beach Caravan Park on Tuesday morning.