Today will be partly cloudy across the south-west with top temperatures in the high teens.
There's a slight (30 per cent) chance of a light shower in the morning and early afternoon.
Winds will be southerly 15 to 20 km/h becoming lighter in the evening.
At 7am it was 10.2 degrees in Warrnambool and felt like 8.7.
Warrnambool is expecting a top of 19 degrees, Hamilton 18, Colac 18, Ararat 18, Casterton 19, Mortlake 19. Heywood 19, Portland 18, Port Fairy 18, Terang 17 and Camperdown 17.
A large high pressure system south of Adelaide extends a ridge across southern Victoria.
A low pressure trough will extend from NSW into north-east Victoria today as a weak cold front moves across Tasmania.
The high centre will gradually move to the east of Tasmania late Thursday and further east over the Tasman Sea on Friday.
A cold front develops south of the Bight, approaching western Victoria later of Saturday.
For the week ahead - Thursday will be partly cloudy 18, Friday mostly cloudy 21, Saturday mostly sunny 27, Sunday scattered showers 19, Monday partly cloudy 19, Tuesday partly cloudy 20 and Wednesday mostly cloudy 20.
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