Despite some slight drizzle this morning, today is actually going to be fairly nice.
Ballarat can expect a mostly sunny afternoon with a top of 19 degrees.
There will be some light winds, but nothing too serious and break out the sunscreen; the UV index is listed as 'high' from 10am to 4.20pm.
Ballarat police say a man has been arrested following a burglary in Wendouree.
A mower and other items were stolen from a building adjacent to a home last night.
Police say no arrests have yet been made over recent damage to the Ballarat New Cemetery or a Mount Pleasant Playground destroyed by fire yesterday.
Vandals damaged several gravestones when they "run riot" at the cemetery on Friday afternoon.
Police described the situation as "a mess" and have urged the public to come forward with any information that could help them solve the crime.
On Sunday night, three offenders used a flammable liquid to set plastic play equipment on fire at a Mount Pleasant park.
The damage is estimated to cost $10,000 and take two weeks to repair.
Fire crews attended a car crash at Cherry Tree Hill near Linton this morning.
The job came through for crews to respond to "possible persons trapped" at 6.30am.
No further details are yet available.
Ambulance crews have arrived at a car crash this morning near Linton.
There are no details of patients or injuries at this stage.
Ballarat SES volunteers had a quiet night with no call outs reported. A combination of low winds and little rain gave crews a well deserved sleep.
Anyone needing assistance from the SES due to a flood or storm can call 132 500.
Vline have again advised travelers to allow an extra 45 minutes for their journey to Melbourne this morning due to regional rail link track works.
Coaches will replace trains until October 12.