Today across the south-west will be hot.
Winds will be north to north-easterly 20 to 25 km/h becoming light in the late afternoon.
At 7am in Warrnambool it 18.8 degrees.
Warrnambool is expecting a top of 36 degrees, Hamilton 34, Colac 33, Ararat 34, Casterton 36, Mortlake 34, Heywood 35, Portland 35, Port Fairy 35, Terang 34 and Camperdown 34.
A high pressure system to the east of Tasmania will maintain a warm north-easterly flow over Victoria during Monday.
A trough will reach the western border of Victoria on Monday night and will move eastwards through Victoria during Tuesday, with winds shifting southerly behind it.
On Wednesday a trough over inland New South Wales extends into northeastern Victoria, directing a south-easterly flow across the state.
The flow will then gradually tend southerly as the trough slowly moves eastwards on Thursday.
For the week ahead - Tuesday cloudy 19, Wednesday scattered showers 17, Thursday scattered showers 18, Friday partly cloudy 16, Saturday partly cloudy 17, Sunday partly cloudy 18 and Monday partly cloudy 18.
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