Forecast issued at 4:31 pm EST on Wednesday 1 October 2014.
A cold front will move across Bass Strait on Thursday morning. A high pressure system over the Bight will drift across Victoria on Friday and Saturday to the Tasman Sea. A weak cold front will reach southwest Victoria during Saturday afternoon, reach central areas on Saturday night and then clear the east on Sunday morning.
Forecast for the rest of Wednesday
Isolated showers in the south, contracting to the coast tonight. Partly cloudy with mainly moderating southwesterly winds.
Thursday 2 October
Fine apart from isolated light showers in the south, mainly near the coast. Early inland frost and fog patches. A cool to mild and mostly cloudy day with moderate southwest to southerly winds.
Friday 3 October
Morning fog and frost patches inland. Chance of morning drizzle in the south, otherwise dry. Cool and partly cloudy in the south, but mild and mostly sunny over the north. Generally light winds.
Saturday 4 October
Fine apart from early morning fog patches in the east. Early frost in the northeast then a mild to warm and partly cloudy day with moderate to fresh northerly winds shifting cooler southwesterly far western districts during the afternoon and central districts during the evening. Possible showers in the south following the change.
Sunday 5 October
Fine apart from possible early morning showers about the coast. Partly cloudy with mainly moderate southwest to southerly winds extending throughout.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 5:00 am EST Thursday.