Today across the south-west there will be a cloudy start, with cloudy dispersing during the day and light winds.
At 7am it was 9.9 degrees and felt like 9.5 in Warrnambool.
There's just a 10 per cent chance of rain.
Warrnambool is expecting a top of 16 degrees, Hamilton 19, Colac 19, Ararat 21, Mortlake 19, Heywood 18, Portland 16, Port Fairy 16, Terang 16 and Camperdown 16.
A high pressure system over south-western Victoria will move across Bass Strait tonight and will become centred over the Tasman Sea on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The next cold front and associated trough will cross South Australia on Thursday and will reach far western Victoria Thursday night.
For the next three days it will be fine and sunny, Tuesday 20, Wednesday 23, Thursday 28, then a 70 per cent chance of showers 16 on Friday, 80 per cent chance of rain and a thunderstorm 13 on Saturday followed by a cloudy 14 on Sunday.
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