The weather is turning, after a cool start this morning.
Warrnambool is expecting a top of 20 degrees today, Hamilton 18, Colac 18, Ararat 17, Casterton 20, Mortlake 20, Heywood 19, Portland 19, Port Fairy 19, Terang 19 and Camperdown 18.
A high pressure system over western Victoria will continue moving eastwards, reaching 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.
Another cold front will cross Bass Strait later on Friday before the next high pressure system drifts just north of the state during Saturday.
The next few days we are expecting top temperatures in the mid to high teens before possible showers late Sunday.
But, in Warrnambool it was a cool start.
At 6.30am it was 3.3 degrees, felt like -1.4 and we've had 0.2mm on rain since 9am yesterday.
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