A sunny day. Finally.
Ballarat is headed for a top of 17 degrees and, as the Bureau of Meteorology states, it's expected to be a sunny day.
Later this evening there might be a few showers and even the chance of a thunderstorm - but it's sunny for now.
As such, the UV rating is "high" today between 9.20am and 3.10pm.
Ballarat police helped direct vehicles and pedestrians away from fallen power lines in Sebastopol last night.
The live power cables were arcing and sparking when they fell in Bridge Street, due to the high wind.
Powercor attended and resolved the issue.
Police are also seeking information on a gang bashing in a supermarket car park this week.
Ballarat Police will hold a special service at 10.30am today to mark National Police Remembrance Day.
Chief Commissioner Ken Lay said National Police Remembrance Day was a significant event in the lives of every police officer, past and present.
The Ballarat service will be held at St Peter's Anglican Church, on Sturt Street, at 10.30am.
Ballarat firefighters joined local brigades to a call out to a gas bottle fire in Haddon last night.
The bottle was inside a shed when it caught fire.
Firefighters extinguished the blaze and have warned residents to be careful when firing their barbecues up this spring sand summer period.
Firefighters were also called to the downed powerlines in Bridge Street, Sebastopol last night.
By the time brigades arrived, Powercor had the situation under control.
Ballarat SES volunteers responded to 27 calls for assistance over the last 24 hours.
crews in Hepburn responded to 14 calls.
Mid west duty office Gavin Kelly said most calls were for trees down, but some roof damage also occurred.
"We escaped very lightly compared with other areas," he said.
In Gippsland, they received more than 450 calls for assistance."
Vline say there are no disruptions so far on the Ballarat line this morning.