Today will be partly cloudy across the south-west with showers developing during the day.
There's a very high (90%) chance of showers this afternoon and evening.
Winds will be north-westerly 20 to 25 km/h increasing to 30 to 35 km/h in the middle of the day then shifting westerly 25 to 30 km/h in the late evening.
There's a gale marine wind warning, but the sheep graziers alert has been cancelled.
At 7am in Warrnambool it was 6.4 degrees, felt like 2.2 and since 9am Wednesday we've had 8.2mm of rain.
Warrnambool is today expecting a top of 14 degrees, Hamilton 12, Colac 12, Ararat 12, Casterton 14, Mortlake 14, Heywood 14, Portland 14, Port Fairy 14, Terang 13 and Camperdown 12.
A large high system over the eastern Bight will drift slowly north-eastwards over the coming days.
A cold front is expected to reach southwestern Victoria later today, moving across southern Victoria early Friday.
A ridge of high pressure will extend across Victoria on Friday but will contract to the Tasman Sea on Saturday as another cold front approaches western Victoria at night.
This second front will move through southern Victoria on Sunday.
Warrnambool is expecting fine weather for the next four days, partly cloudy 13 on Friday, cloudy but a top of 17 on Saturday, partly cloudy 13 Sunday and cloudy but fine on Monday with a top of 16.
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