Forecast issued at 4:30 pm EDT on Sunday 26 October 2014.
A cold front approaching from the west will enter western Victoria tonight and will cross the remainder of the State Monday morning. Another cold front will move through Bass Strait on Tuesday as a high pressure system crosses waters south of the Bight. The high will weaken as it move across Victoria on Wednesday, reaching the Tasman Sea Thursday but will continue to extend a weak ridge across Victoria.
Forecast for the rest of Sunday
Isolated thundery showers extending from the west this evening with possible squally winds. Light winds in the east. North to northwesterly winds developing elsewhere ahead of a cooler gusty southwesterly change entering the far west tonight.
Monday 27 October
Cooler, fresh west to southwesterly change extending throughout during the morning. Isolated showers over the north clearing eastwards during the morning. Scattered showers on and south of the ranges becoming isolated and contracting to the coast by the evening. Possible thunderstorms clearing eastwards during the morning.
Tuesday 28 October
Isolated showers developing over mainly southern and mountain areas, scattered near the coast. A cool to mild day with moderate to fresh west to southwest winds, strong and gusty near the coast.
Wednesday 29 October
Early fog patches then fine, mild and sunny inland with generally light winds. Cooler and partly cloudy near the coast with isolated showers and moderate northwest winds tending southwesterly.
Thursday 30 October
Fine and mostly sunny after early morning fog patches. A mild to warm and mostly sunny day with light winds inland and afternoon coastal seabreezes.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 5:00 am EDT Monday.