Today will be partly cloudy across the south-west with a slight (20 per cent) chance of a shower.
Winds will be north to north-westerly 25 to 35 km/h.
At 7am in Warrnambool it was 8.8 degrees, felt like 4.7 and since 9am yesterday we've had 1.8mm of rain.
Warrnambool is expecting a top temperature of 18 degrees, Hamilton 17, Colac 16, Ararat 16, Casterton 18, Mortlake 17, Heywood 18, Portland 17, Port Fairy 18, Terang 17 and Camperdown 17.
A high pressure system is developing to the north-east of Victoria today, and is expected to strengthen during Tuesday, preventing a cold front from moving any further east than clipping Victoria's south-west corner on Tuesday.
The high will then move east over the Tasman Sea on Wednesday as another cold front approaches from the west resulting in a warm to hot, strengthening northerly flow over the state on Thursday.
For the week ahead - on Tuesday there's an 80 per cent chance of rain in the afternoon with a top of 18 degrees, Wednesday partly cloudy 18, Thursday cloudy 23, Friday there's a 90 per cent of rain 15, Saturday showers 13 and Sunday showers 14.
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