Today will be cloudy across the south-west with tops in the mid teens.
There's a very high (90%) chance of showers this afternoon and evening with a thunderstorm likely during this afternoon and evening.
Throw in some possible hail later tonight.
Winds will be north-westerly 15 to 20 km/h tending westerly 20 to 25 km/h in the early afternoon then becoming light in the late evening.
At 7am in Warrnambool it was 8.2 degrees, felt like 5.3 and we've had 2.4mm of rain since 9am Sunday.
Warrnambool is expecting a top of 17 degrees, Hamilton 15, Colac 15, Ararat 16, Casterton 16, Mortlake 16, Heywood 16, Portland 15, Port Fairy 16, Terang 15 and Camperdown 14.
A cold front over the Southern Ocean will approach Victoria today.
The front will cross western Victoria tonight and remaining parts of the state early Tuesday, with a cold south to south-westerly airflow developing in its wake.
A low pressure system is expected to develop over the Tasman Sea during Tuesday before slowly drifting to the south-east on Wednesday and Thursday.
Meanwhile, a high pressure system centred over the Bight will drift slowly southeastwards, maintaining a ridge over western Victoria.
For the next seven days, Warrnambool is starting the week with showers, Tuesday 12 and Wednesday cloudy 13, before partly cloudy days on Thursday 13 and Friday 14 and then a run of three days on 17, Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
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