Today the cloud will clear across the south-west and we're going to get a sunny day.
Light winds will become south-easterly 15 to 20 km/h in the late afternoon.
Daytime maximum temperatures in the region will be 26 to 36 degrees.
At 7am in Warrnambool it was 13.7 degrees and felt like 13.4.
Warrnambool is expecting a top of 27, Hamilton 25, Colac 32, Ararat 34, Casterton 37, Mortlake 34, Heywood 31, Portland 26, Port Fairy 25, Terang 30 and Camperdown 29.
A high pressure system will drift across Victoria today, reaching the Tasman Sea tonight.
A trough of low pressure is likely to deepen over the Bight later on Thursday before approaching western Victoria on Friday night.
The trough will move across the State during Saturday. A very hot and humid northerly airstream will precede the trough but the wind will shift milder and less humid south-westerly following the passage of the trough.
For the week ahead - Warrnambool is expecting a sunny 32 tomorrow, 32 on Friday with a 30 per cent chance of rain, 23 on Saturday with a 90 per cent chance of rain, Sunday and Monday will be cloudy 18 and 16 respectively, Tuesday a partly cloudy 17 and Wednesday a partly cloudy 21.
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