Today across the south-west will be humid and cloudy with tops of 20 degrees or just above.
There's a medium (50%) chance of drizzle, most likely this evening.
Light winds becoming southerly 15 to 25 km/h in the morning.
At 7am in Warrnambool it was already 16 degrees.
Warrnambool is expecting a top of 20 degrees, Hamilton 23, Colac 23, Ararat 26, Casterton 23, Mortlake 22, Heywood 21, Portland 20, Port Fairy 20, Terang 22 and Camperdown 22.
A broad trough of low pressure over central and eastern Victoria will move east and weaken today as a large high south of the Bight moves east.
The high will pass to the south of Tasmania Wednesday night, reaching the south Tasman Sea on Thursday as another trough extends from western NSW to western Victoria.
This trough will deepen as it moves slowly eastwards during Friday.
For the week ahead - Wednesday cloudy 20, Thursday partly cloudy 27, Friday scattered thunderstorms 25, Saturday showers 18 with a 60 per cent chance of rain, Sunday scattered showers 20, Monday partly cloudy 23 and Tuesday partly cloudy 21.
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