Today will be partly cloudy across the south-west with patchy fog early this morning.
There's a slight (30%) chance of a shower this evening.
Winds north to north-westerly 20 to 30 km/h shifting south-westerly 20 to 25 km/h in the late evening.
At 6.30am in Warrnambool it is 6.2 degrees, feels like 2.5 and we've had another 0.4mm of rain since 9am yesterday.
Warrnambool is expecting a top of 25 degrees, Hamilton 26, Colac 25, Ararat 28, Casterton 28, Mortlake 25, Heywood 26, Portland 25, Port Fairy 24, Terang 24 and Camperdown 24.
There's a strong wind warning for the west coast.
A high pressure system over eastern New South Wales will move over the Tasman Sea this morning as a cold front and associated low pressure trough approach from the west.
The trough is forecast to enter the far southwest of Victoria later on Monday before crossing the rest of the state early on Tuesday as a large high pressure system develops south of Western Australia.
The high will move slowly eastwards on Wednesday and Thursday as further cold fronts cross Tasmania.
For the week ahead, Tuesday we're back to scattered showers 13, Wednesday and Thursday will be cloudy with tops of 14 and 16, Friday there's a 50 per cent chance of showers 14, Saturday cloudy but mostly fine 13 and Sunday a fine 16.
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