Today will see a welcome return to sunshine after yesterday's chilly wintry conditions.
However, it will still be a tough day for hayfever sufferers with 15 to 20 km/h north to northwesterly winds, increasing to 30 to 35 km/h in the late morning, then easing to 20 to 25 km/h by evening.
Ambulance Victoria had a quiet night, with no accidents or injuries reported.
Ballarat Police did their usual patrols, with no major incidents that tied up police for any length of time.
There were no major incidents in the Ballarat region overnight.
Daylesford Fire Brigade has taken delivery of its new tanker.
At a recent ceremony, Western Victoria MP Simon Ramsay presented the keys of the new tanker to Daylesford brigade Captain David Walker.
Mr Ramsay said the tanker was made available in a replacement scheme to help the brigade provide protective firefighting services in the Daylesford area.
The tanker is the latest design, four-wheel drive, and with the most up to date firefighting and personnel safety equipment available. It cost $335,000.
Following the truck handover, CFA board member Michael Tudball and District 15's acting operations manager Alfred Mason presented national medals and clasps to eleven volunteer members and a 25-year service medal to a long-serving member.
Ballarat line trains are running well, with no disruption alerts.