Today across the south-west will be partly cloudy.
There's a high (70%) chance of showers, becoming less likely in the late morning.
Winds will be south to south-westerly 30 to 40 km/h decreasing to 20 to 25 km/h in the early afternoon then becoming south-westerly and light in the evening.
At 7am in Warrnambool it was 7.3 degrees, but felt like a bone-chilling -1.8 and since 9am on Sunday we've had 8.8mm of rain.
Warrnambool is expecting a top of 13 degrees, Hamilton 12, Colac 11, Ararat 12, Casterton 13, Mortlake 13, Heywood 13, Portland 13, Port Fairy 13, Terang 12 and Camperdown 11.
A deep low pressure system over the Tasman Sea will continue moving east.
A high pressure system over the Bight will move near tonight, then move across northern Victoria during Tuesday with a ridge extending south across Bass Strait.
The high is forecast to reach the Tasman Sea by Wednesday night as a weak cold front crosses waters south of the Bight.
The front is forecast to cross Victoria on Thursday as another high develops over the Bight.
For the next seven days in Warrnambool the weather is on the improve.
Tuesday will be partly cloudy 14, Wednesday 18, Thursday partly cloudy 16, Friday showers 15, Saturday fine 15 and Sunday partly cloudy 19.
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