Across the south-west today will be humid and cloudy with the chance of early fog and drizzle.
Winds will be south to south-easterly 20 to 30 km/h.
At 7am in Warrnambool is was drizzling rain, the temperature was 15.9 degrees and we've had 0.6mm of rain since 9am yesterday.
Warrnambool is expecting a top of 20 degrees, Hamilton 23, Colac 25, Ararat 26, Casterton 23, Mortlake 26, Heywood 19, Portland 19, Port Fairy 19, Terang 24 and Camperdown 23.
A high pressure system well south of the Bight will continue to move eastwards, passing to the south of Tasmania tonight and reach the south Tasman Sea on Thursday.
A trough is expected to extend from NSW into western Victoria later Thursday, then deepen on Friday and move slowly east.
The trough may stall over eastern Victoria on Saturday as another high extends to south of the Bight from the west while a deep low tracks southward across the Tasman Sea.
For the week ahead - Thursday will be partly cloudy 26, Friday scattered thunderstorms 24, Saturday scattered showers 18, Sunday mostly cloudy 20, Monday partly cloudy 22, Tuesday partly cloudy 21 and Wednesday cloudy 21.
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