Across the south-west today will be humid again and cloudy with tops between 26 and 32 degrees.
There's a high (70%) chance of showers, most likely during this afternoon and evening, and a possible thunderstorm this afternoon with possible heavy rain falls.
There will be light winds.
At 7am in Warrnambool it was 18.3 degrees and felt like 19.4.
Warrnambool is expecting a top of 29 degrees, Hamilton 31, Colac 32, Ararat 32, Casterton 30, Mortlake 32, Heywood 28, Portland 24, Port Fairy 26, Terang 28 and Camperdown 28.
A high pressure system is over the southern Tasman Sea and Ex-Tropical Cyclone Uesi is over the North Tasman Sea.
A low pressure trough over western Victoria and will move slowly eastwards today.
The trough is likely to linger near northeastern Victoria over the weekend as another high moves to the south of Tasmania and Ex-Tropical Cyclone Uesi tracks south-eastward across the Tasman Sea.
The next high pressure system will develop over the Bight during Monday.
For the week ahead - Saturday scattered showers 17 with 60 per cent chance of rain, Sunday cloudy 21, Monday partly cloudy 23, Tuesday scattered thunderstorms 18, Wednesday partly cloudy 17, Thursday partly cloudy 19 and Friday partly cloudy 19.
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