The south-west is expecting a sunny day with Warrnambool's top temperature to hit 19 degrees.
Light winds will become northerly 20 to 30 km/h in the morning.
There is no chance of rain, but there's still a marine wind warning for the west coast.
At 7am it's 7.1 degrees in Warrnambool and feels like 3.0.
There's also still a warning to sheep graziers for parts of the south-west.
Hamilton is expecting 17 degrees today, Colac 17, Ararat 16, Casterton 18, Mortlake 18, Heywood 18, Portland 18, Port Fairy 18, Terang 17 and Camperdown 17.
A high pressure system over north-east NSW extends a ridge across eastern Victoria as a cold front crosses the Bight.
This front will move across Victoria on Wednesday with a weaker front expected to cross Tasmania and southern Victoria later Thursday.
The next ridge of high pressure will extend across northern Victoria on Friday as yet another front passes through Bass Strait.
For the rest of the week it's going to get wet Wednesday and Thursday with tops around 14 and 15 degrees in Warrnambool, but Friday, Saturday and Sunday look dry with tops of about 14 degrees.
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