Today across the south-west will be partly cloudy with highs in the mid to lower teens.
There's a high (80%) chance of showers, most likely in the late morning and early afternoon.
Winds will be northerly 20 to 30 km/h turning west to north-westerly in the middle of the day then becoming light in the evening.
At 7am in Warrnambool is was 8.2 degrees, felt like four and we had received 1.8mm of rain since 9am Thursday.
Warrnambool is expecting a top temperature today of of 15 degrees, Hamilton 14, Colac 13, Ararat 14, Casterton 15, Mortlake 15, Heywood 15, Portland 15, Port Fairy 15, Terang 13 and Camperdown just 12.
A marine wind warning remains in place for the west coast.
A ridge of high pressure will extend across northern Victoria today while a cold front is expected to pass over Tasmania this afternoon.
The ridge will persist across northern Victoria during Saturday as another cold front moves over waters south of the Bight.
This front is likely to approach south-western Victoria during Sunday before sliding away to the south at night.
On Monday a low pressure system is likely to develop off the New South Wales coast while a strong cold front will approach southwestern Victoria later in the day.
Warrnambool will be cloudy and mainly fine during the coming three days with a top of 14 on Saturday and 16 on Sunday and Monday.
From Tuesday on it will be cold and wet next week.
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