No warnings for Victoria
Forecast issued at 4:30 pm EST on Sunday 24 May 2015.
A large high pressure system crossing Victoria will be centred over the New South Wales coast on Monday and Tuesday but will continue to extend a ridge across Victoria. A cold front crossing the Bight on Tuesday will weaken and slide away to the southeast on Wednesday, as a second front approaches from the southwest. This front will cross the State on Thursday.
Forecast for the rest of Sunday
Fine. Partly cloudy. Northerly winds easing inland tonight.
Monday 25 May
Morning fog and frost patches. A partly cloudy day with isolated showers possible over the northwest, but dry elsewhere. Cool to mild with light winds tending north to northeasterly over western and central districts.
Tuesday 26 May
Morning fog and frost patches. A mild and mainly sunny day although cloud increasing over the west late in the day with isolated showers to follow over the southwest. Light winds tending north to northeasterly over western and central districts.
Wednesday 27 May
Partly cloudy. Scattered showers developing over the southwest with isolated showers possible elsewhere. Cool to mild with generally light to moderate northwest to northerly winds, freshening over the southwest.
Thursday 28 May
Scattered showers tending to areas of rain. A cool day with moderate to locally fresh northerly winds later tending northwesterly.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 5:00 am EST Monday.