Across the south-west today will be cloudy with tops between 11 and 13 degrees.
There's a 90% chance of showers, becoming less likely late this afternoon and evening with light winds.
At 7am in Warrnambool it was drizzling, seven degrees, felt like 3.5 and we've had 1.2mm of rain since 9am on Monday.
Warrnambool is expecting a top of 13 degrees, Hamilton 12, Colac 12, Ararat 12, Casterton 13, Mortlake 13, Heywood 13, Portland 13, Port Fairy 13, Terang 12 and Camperdown 11.
A weak cold front over southern Gippsland will clear to the east this morning.
A high pressure system centred south-west of Adelaide will move eastwards across inland Victoria today before moving over the Tasman Sea on Wednesday as a weak cold front crosses waters south of the Bight.
The front will slide away to the south-east on Thursday, with a weak high pressure system forecast to develop across Victoria on Friday.
Warrnambool is expecting cloudy days with showers for the next four days before a bright sunny 18 degrees on Saturday.
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