Today across the south-west will be a mostly cloudy morning with a slight (30%) chance of drizzle, then sunny breaks developing this afternoon.
Light winds will become southerly 15 to 20 km/h in the middle of the day then become even lighter in the evening.
At 6.30am in Warrnambool it was 11.1 degrees and felt like a mild 9.2.
Warrnambool is expecting a top of 18 degrees, Hamilton 20, Colac 19, Ararat 22, Casterton 22, Mortlake 20, Heywood 19, Portland 17, Port Fairy 17, Terang 17 and Camperdown 16.
A high pressure system centred to the south-west of Victoria will pass across Bass Strait tonight, reaching the Tasman Sea early on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, a cold front and associated trough will move into the Bight on Wednesday and are expected to cross Victoria during Thursday.
On Friday a high over the Bight will extend a ridge towards northern Victoria.
The outlook is clear, Wednesday partly cloudy 29, Thursday cloudy 25, Friday partly cloudy 16, Saturday and Sunday will be more of the same with tops of 16 and 18, Monday 23 and then next Tuesday we're talking about rain and 14 degrees.
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