MORE than 10mm of rain fell in Warrnambool on Wednesday, with the wet weather predicted to settle in for the rest of the week.
A strong wind warning was issued across the south-west, as the dark and gloomy day saw residents rushing to rug up in their winter woollies.
The highest wind recorded at the Warrnambool airport was 46 km/h at 7am.
The highest wind gust recorded at the Warrnambool airport was 67 km/h.
Hamilton had more than 14mm of rain, while Portland had more than 11.
Hamilton had wingd gusts of more than 70km/h, while Port Fairy had 69.
Mount William in the Grampians recorded 25.6 mm of rain and wind gusts of up to 95 km/h.
It had also a temperature low of 6.6 degrees.
The Bureau of Meteorology is forecasting a top of 16 degrees in Warrnambool on Thursday with a high chance (80 per cent) of showers, most likely in the afternoon and evening.
Possible rainfall is predicted between 2 to 4 mm.
Friday is predicted to be partly cloudy, with another high chance of showers, most likely in the morning and afternoon. The top temperature is 15.
Winds are forecast to be west to northwesterly from 20 to 30 km/h. The top temperature forecast for Saturday and Sunday is 16.
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