Today will be cloudy across the south-west with a very high (90%) chance of showers and possible hail.
There will be light winds.
At 7am in Warrnambool it was just 5.6 degrees, felt like a balmy 3.3 and it was raining heavily.
We've had just 0.4mm of rain since 9am yesterday but that's now rising.
Camperdown is expecting a top of just nine degrees today, Warrnambool 12, Hamilton 11, Colac 10, Ararat 10, Casterton 12, Mortlake 12, Heywood 12, Portland 12, Port Fairy 12 and Terang 10.
A ridge extends over western Victoria from a slow moving high centred over the Bight.
The high and ridge are expected to weaken on Thursday as an upper-level trough moves over western Victoria.
The upper-level trough will contract towards the Tasman Sea during Friday, ahead of another high pressure system, which will drift slowly over Victoria over the weekend.
The outlook for the next four days is cloudy but fine with tops 12 and 13 degrees.
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