Ballarat woke to just above freezing temperatures this morning. At 7am it was just 0.6 degrees.
Aside from morning frost, sunshine has graced us to shed light on this cloudy week.
Today's top of 17 will warm up the region before a top of 21 tomorrow.
If you are working outdoors today remember to slip, slop and slap, the UV index is expected to reach 7 throughout the day.
Winds will blow north to northwesterly at 15 to 25 km/h.
Police are appealing for witnesses after two cars were broken into early Wednesday morning.
Two sedans parked in driveways on Primrose Street had their windows smashed in and items were stolen from one vehicle.
Ballarat Police Sergeant Maree Purdon said it was not safe to leave valuable items in cars, even when they were parked in the driveway.
“People should not leave personal valuables in their vehicles, especially in sight, that’s our main recommendation,” she said.
“If they see people hanging around at an unusual time of night, or walking around the street looking in vehicles, ring triple-0 straight away.”
A reminder that V/Line trains will be replaced by coaches between Ballarat and Melbourne due to rail works.
The works began yesterday and trains will be back on the line on Saturday October 12.
V/line has recommended that you allow 45 minutes extra for your journey.
No checked luggage, pets or bikes will be allowed on the coaches.
View the temporary timetable here.
Ambulance Victoria spokesman John Mullen said paramedics did not attend any accident or trauma incidents last night.
"From an accident and trauma point of view we had a quiet night, but we had a number of call-outs to medical cases, things like cardiac, collapses and respiratory."
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