Forecast issued at 4:41 pm EDT on Sunday 1 March 2015.
A high pressure ridge over western Victoria will reach eastern Victoria by Monday morning. A cold front will move across southern Victoria on Monday night followed by a stronger cold front during Wednesday. The next high pressure system will remain well to the west of Victoria until Friday, whilst a deep low pressure system passes to the south of Tasmania.
Forecast for the rest of Sunday
Fine and partly cloudy. Mainly moderate southwest to southerly winds.
Monday 2 March
Fine. A mainly sunny day with cloud developing in the west during the afternoon. A mild to warm day with light winds inland and afternoon coastal seabreezes.
Fire Danger - Generally high.
Tuesday 3 March
Partly cloudy in the south with isolated showers, mainly near the coast. Fine and sunny in the north. A cool to mild day with moderate southerly winds.
Wednesday 4 March
Partly cloudy in the south with isolated showers, scattered near the coast. Fine and sunny in the north. A cool to mild day with moderate to fresh southwest to southerly winds, strong at times near the coast.
Thursday 5 March
Fine apart from possible showers near the coast. Mild to warm and sunny in the north, cooler and partly cloudy in the south. Moderate west to southwesterly winds, fresh near the coast, tending southerly in the west.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 5:00 am EDT Monday.