Today across the south-west will a cloudy with a high (70 per cent) chance of showers, during the morning and afternoon - which we've already had.
Winds will be southerly 15 to 20 km/h tending south-easterly in the morning then becoming light in the late afternoon.
At 7am in Warrnambool it was 7.7 degrees, felt like 3.4 and since 9am yesterday we've had 0.2mm of rain.
Warrnambool is expecting a top temperature of 13 degrees, Hamilton 11, Colac 11, Ararat 12, Casterton 13, Mortlake 12, Heywood 12, Portland 12, Port Fairy 13, Terang 12 and Camperdown 11.
But, there are better days ahead.
A high pressure system is centred west of Tasmania, while a low pressure system lies off the southern NSW coast.
The low will continue to deepen as it drifts slowly southeastwards over the Tasman Sea on Thursday and Friday.
The high will move to the south of Tasmania later on Thursday and extend a ridge across Victoria on Friday.
The ridge will move east of Victoria during Saturday, as a weakening front crosses South Australia.
The front will weaken to a trough on Sunday as it slowly crosses Victoria.
For the next few days - Friday will be partly cloudy with a top of 14 degrees, Saturday partly cloudy 17, Sunday showers 13, Monday mostly cloudy 16, Tuesday showers 17 and Wednesday sunny with a top 21.
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