Today across the south-west will be partly cloudy after a cool start with top temperatures in the mid teens.
Light winds will become north-westerly 15 to 20 km/h in the middle of the day then tend northerly in the evening.
At 7.30am in Warrnambool it was just 1.5 degrees and felt like -3.5.
Warrnambool is expecting a top of 16 degrees, Hamilton 14, Colac 14, Ararat 13, Casterton 15, Mortlake 15, Heywood 15, Portland 15, Port Fairy 16, Terang 15 and Camperdown 14.
A large high pressure system centred over northern Victoria will move slowly eastwards on Friday and linger over southern NSW during the weekend, before moving to the Tasman Sea on Monday.
A weak cold front is expected to reach the south-west coast late on Saturday, and clip the south of the state during Sunday morning.
A stronger front will move across Victoria on Monday establishing a colder south-westerly airstream with the potential for a significant low pressure system developing near Tasmania early next week.
There is currently a marine wind warning for the west coast.
For the week ahead - Saturday partly cloudy 18, Sunday mostly cloudy 14, Monday mostly cloudy 12, Tuesday scattered showers with a top of just 10 degrees, Wednesday mostly cloudy 11, Thursday partly cloudy 12 and Friday showers 12.
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