Cold, wet, windy. Where has spring gone? Was it ever here?
Ballarat has performed its signature move this morning, putting on a miserable day straight after a good one.
Today won't get above 11 degrees and a few showers are expected throughout the day.
Winds are also expected to reach a blustery 45km/h later this morning.
Ballarat police responded to a car crash at in Mt Clear this morning.
A vehicle rolled on Recreation Road just before 1am.
A man driving the car was able to walk away from the crash but was treated by paramedics at the scene.
Police responded to a call they don't regularly get yesterday - a "car versus shop".
The vehicle driven by an elderly resident smashed through the front of a Barkley Street shop front in Ararat yesterday morning.
No one was seriously injured but the building's front window was destroyed.
SES volunteers from Ballarat and the wider region had a number of call outs yesterday, mostly due to the wind.
Crews dealt with fallen trees at Yendon, Smythes Creek and Invermay yesterday as winds of up to 60km/h lashed the region.
SES crews also attended to reports of building damage at Ballarat East.
Roofing had come away from a house in the wind and was creating a hazard.
SES Mid West Duty Officer Tony Grim said there is a severe weather warning for today and residents should take care when outside.
Fire crews attended the scene of the crash in Mt Clear this morning.
Brigades assisted with clearing the scene of debris.
No other call outs were recorded.
No delays are recorded for the Ballarat line this morning.