You might have noticed some raindrops on the roof as you snoozed this morning, but we're not going to get much heavier rain today, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.
Today is expected to remain partly cloudy and reach a top of 12 degrees. There may be another shower or two this morning and perhaps this afternoon, but the skies will clear after that.
A fresh southwesterly breeze could nudge 30km/h at some stages.
SES crews say there were no callouts last night but are reminding residents to prepare for storms before they happen.
Victoria SES Chief Officer Operations Trevor White urged people not to let their trampoline become a deadly object in high winds.
“In a storm, securing and tying down loose outdoor items as a storm approaches can stop them being lifted up by the wind and turned into weapons.”
It is currently Storm Safe week for the SES.
Ballarat police report no major incidents from overnight.
However, detectives have released an image of a man they believe responsible for using a stolen credit card to purchase goods across Ballarat last month.
You can find the report and the CCTV image here.
Fire crews in Ballarat responded to several automated alarms throughout the city overnight.
Staff at Ballarat City Fire Station say there were no fires at these premises, just the alarms being set-off which does happen from time to time.
Professional fire crews were also busy training volunteer brigades in town last night. Training finished up about 10.30pm.
A 60 year old man was airlifted to Royal Melbourne Hospital with multiple fractures and a serious head injury after he was hit by a car at Lal Lal last night. Full story here.
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