Today across the south-west will be partly cloudy with a medium (50%) chance of showers.
Winds will be southerly 15 to 20 km/h tending south-easterly 20 to 30 km/h in the morning then tending easterly 25 to 30 km/h in the late evening.
At 7.30am in Warrnambool it was 7.9 degrees, feels like 6.7 and we've had 0.8mm of rain since 9am Thursday.
Warrnambool is expecting a top temperature today of 16 degrees, Hamilton 16, Colac 15, Ararat 17, Mortlake 16, Heywood 16, Portland 15, Port Fairy 16, Terang 16 and Camperdown 16.
A high pressure system is well to the south of Tasmania and will remain over the Southern Ocean over the weekend, extending a ridge northwards along the NSW coast.
Meanwhile, a developing low pressure trough over inland NSW will extend southwards to north-east Victoria today, before weakening on Saturday.
The next low pressure trough will cross South Australia on Sunday and will move over western and central Victoria Monday afternoon and evening.
The next few days are expected to be fine although cloudy ion Warrnambool - Saturday 18, Sunday 19, Monday 18, 15 on Monday and then a couple of days with showers predicted.
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