Today will be cloudy across the south-west.
There's a medium 40% chance of showers during this afternoon and evening.
Winds west to north-westerly 20 to 30 km/h turning south-westerly 15 to 20 km/h in the late evening.
At 7.30am in Warrnambool it was 7.5 and felt like 4.1 and there's a strong marine wind warning in place for the west coast.
Warrnambool is expecting a top of 17 degrees, Hamilton 16, Colac 15, Ararat 17, Casterton 17, Mortlake 17, Heywood 17, Portland 16, Port Fairy 16, Terang 16 and Camperdown 15.
A high pressure system near Adelaide extends a ridge across Victoria.
A weak cold front approaching from the west is forecast to clip southern Victoria later this afternoon and evening.
The high is expected to move across northern Victoria and over NSW on Saturday as another front and associated upper trough approaches from the west.
During Sunday the front is forecast to cross southern Victoria as a high pressure system develops south of WA.
The high is expected to be located south of Adelaide by Monday night as the upper trough persists over northern Victoria.
We're expecting a sunny 18 on Saturday, possible afternoon showers 17 on Sunday, 12 on Monday before a fine Tuesday 14, 19 on Wednesday and then 22 on Thursday prior to more showers next Friday.
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