The Bureau of Meteorology has maintained its severe weather warning for the south-west.
Storms are likely to produce damaging winds averaging 60 to 70 km/h with peak gusts of around 90 km/h on Tuesday afternoon.
Locations which may be affected include Warrnambool and Portland. A weather warning has also been issued for south-west sheep graziers.
Cold temperatures, showers and thunderstorms with possible hail are expected during Tuesday, Wednesday.
There was 2.4 millimetres of rain in Hamilton since 9am on Monday, 1.8 mm in Warrnambool, 0.8 mm in Portland, 6.4 mm in Mortlake, 1 mm in Port Fairy.
Over the weekend from Friday to Sunday Warrnambool had 6.6 mm of rain, Port Fairy 14 mm, Portland 8.8 mm, Mortlake 15.6 and Hamilton 5 mm.
Thursday saw the coldest day in Warrnambool to date over the past 12 months at 1.3 degrees.
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