The Bureau of Meteorology is predicting a winter wonderland will fall on some parts of Portland with snow expected above 700 metres in the area with a maximum of 11 degrees.
A maximum of 12 degrees is predicted for Warrnambool with a very high chance of showers with a thunderstorm expected in the late morning and afternoon with possible hail. Southwesterly winds are expected to reach a maximum of 40 kilometres an hour in the evening.
Hamilton has a very high chance of showers with possible hail and a top of nine degrees.
State Emergency Services crews had a less chaotic night with only 14 calls outs in the south-west over the past 24 hours.
The majority of call outs involved trees down over roads and fences.
There have been 64 call-outs to volunteers across the south-west overnight and this morning with 27 involving trees down, mostly across roads.
Warrnambool SES has been relatively quiet throughout the wild weather forecast period and overnight the crew had no call outs.
Yesterday was a different story with 64 call-outs to volunteers across the south-west from Thursday night to Friday morning with 27 incidents involving trees down, mostly across roads.
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