Partly cloudy and a top of 20 degrees today. Keep the umbrella handy for the chance of a shower or two and a possible thunderstorm from early this afternoon.
Northerly winds at 30-40 km/h will be tending north-westerly in the afternoon.
If you're working outside, slip, slop and slap: a UV alert has been issued between 10:10am and 2:40pm with the UV index predicted to reach 5.
Senior Sergeant Neil Robinson urged motorists to be responsible after four drink-drivers were nabbed on the weekend.
"Police are urging all motorists to stay safe and it is everyone's responsibility to stay safe on the road and reduce any further injuries or fatalities on the road," he said.
A Ballarat teenager reported missing on Friday night returned home yesterday after posting on Facebook.
Ballarat police and Neighborhood Watch are reminding elderly residents to consider joining the community support register.
The community support register is a record of a person's details which can be accessed in an emergency.
Senior Station Officer Scott Gambino said it was quiet night for fire officers but reminded residents that bush fire season is approaching.
"Make sure you have your home safety plan practised and established, it's getting to that time of year when you need to think about what needs to be done to prepare your home for bush fire season," he said.
"In the meantime, ensure heaters and electrical equipment are maintained and don't keep items too close to the heaters."
The SES mid-west officer said there was no call-outs last night.
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