Today across the south-west will be very cool and cloudy.
At 6.30am it was 7.3 degrees in Warrnambool, felt like -2.3 and we've had 9.4mm of rain since 9am yesterday.
There's a high (80%) chance of showers, with possible hail this morning.
Winds will be south-westerly 35 to 45 km/h decreasing to 25 to 30 km/h in the evening then tending westerly 30 to 35 km/h in the late evening.
There's a strong wind warning for the west coast and a sheep farmer's alert.
Sheep graziers are warned that showers and strong, cold westerly winds are expected during Monday with the risk of losses of lambs and sheep exposed to these conditions.
Warrnambool is expecting a top of 14 degrees, Hamilton 13, Colac 14, Ararat 15, Casterton 14, Mortlake 13, Heywood 15, Portland 14, Port Fairy 14, Terang 13 and Camperdown 12.
A cold and unstable south-westerly airstream across Victoria will ease later today as a cold front moves over the Tasman Sea and a large high pressure system develops south of WA.
Further fronts are forecast to cross southern Victoria between Tuesday and Thursday as the high moves towards the Bight and a low pressure system remains slow moving to the south of Tasmania.
For the days ahead, it's looking a bit bleak before turning fine later in the week - Tuesday rain 16, then cloudy Wednesday 15, Thursday 16 and Friday 15 with just a 20 per cent chance of rain before fine days Saturday 17, Sunday 24 and Monday 21.
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