Today across the south-west will be mostly cloudy, but there's a medium (60 per cent) chance of showers and the possibility of possible hail this morning.
Winds will be south to south-westerly 20 to 25 km/h becoming lighter in the late evening.
South-west sheep graziers are warned that showers and cold south-westerly winds are expected during Thursday.
There is a risk of losses of lambs and sheep exposed to these conditions.
At 7.30am in Warrnambool on Thursday it was 9.2 degrees, felt like just 3.5 and since 9am yesterday we've had 8.2mm of rain.
Warrnambool is expecting a top of 13 degrees, Hamilton 11, Colac 11, Ararat 11, Casterton 13, Mortlake 13, Heywood 13, Portland 13, Port Fairy 14, Terang 12 and Camperdown 12.
A cold front crossing the state will clear eastern Victoria this morning.
A low pressure system is expected to form off the NSW coast tonight and will deepen over the Tasman Sea during Friday and Saturday as a large high pressure system moves over the Bight.
The low will persist over the Tasman Sea during Sunday as the high moves slowly eastwards.
For the week ahead - Friday we're expecting showers 13, Saturday scattered showers 14, Sunday cloudy 13, Monday partly cloudy 15, Tuesday partly cloudy 15, Wednesday scattered showers 15 and Thursday partly cloudy 16.
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