Your daily wrap-up of what happened in Ballarat and surrounds overnight.
A forecasted top of 22 with rain developing in the afternoon. We won't expect a lot of sunlight to break through the cloud cover.
There is a chance of a thunderstorm later this afternoon.
Winds northerly 35 to 50 km/h tending northwesterly 50 to 60 km/h in the middle of the day then increasing to 60 to 70 km/h in the late evening.
A UV warning has been issued between 9.20am and 3.10pm with the rating expected to reach 7.
Police have recorded a quiet night but reminded The Courier that "no news was good news".
The Victoria Police Pipe and Show bands made their final scheduled appearance in Ballarat yesterday for a Lions Club fundraiser for Righteous pups at Damascus College.
Earlier this month Minister for Police and Emergency Services Kim Wells announced that the three police bands would no longer perform in 2014 since forming in 1891.
For more information on that story click here.
Ballarat Fire Officers have received a couple of call outs in the past 24 hours.
Five fire units attended a single-car rollover on Glenelg Highway five kilometers from Smythes Creek last night.
Two people were trapped in the car for 10 minutes on just after 8pm and were taken to Ballarat Base Hospital with minor injuries.
Senior Station Officer Scott Gambino said they attended an oven fire at 6.03pm yesterday which was brought under control "pretty quickly".
"Just keep the ovens cleaned and maintained to avoid oven fires," he said.
The SES have been doing laps around the region after a severe weather front at the weekend lead to several trees being blown over.
Gavin Kelly Regional Duty officer said they attended 13 jobs since Saturday.
"Predominantly trees down and some minor building damage," Mr Kelly said.
"We are expecting the same sort of weather today and tomorrow, there is another severe weather front coming through so we will be monitoring that for the next 36 hours."
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