Today will be cloudy across the south-west with a high (70%) chance of showers, most likely late this afternoon and evening.
Light winds becoming west to south-westerly 15 to 20 km/h in the morning then become even lighter in the evening.
Warrnambool is expecting a top of 13 degrees, Hamilton 11, Colac 11, Ararat 11, Casterton 12, Mortlake 12, Heywood 12, Portland 12, Port Fairy 13, Terang 11 and Camperdown just 10.
At 7am it was 5.8 degrees in Warrnambool, felt like 3.3 and we've had 1.2 mm of rain since 9am Sunday.
There are no weather warnings for the south-west.
A complex low pressure system is over the Tasman Sea and a large high pressure system is centred south of Western Australia.
As the low moves away and the high approaches, conditions over Victoria will continue to moderate although a weak cold front embedded in the southwesterly airflow will glance coastal Victoria later today.
The high is expected to pass across northern Victoria late Tuesday and early Wednesday.
The next cold front will approach Victoria on Thursday.
For the coming week Warrnambool is expecting a cloudy 13 on Tuesday, partly cloudy 14 Wednesday, chance of showers 13 Thursday, Friday cloudy 13, before a gorgeous 17 on Saturday followed by showers 15 Sunday and more showers 12 on Monday.
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