I'd love to say today will be a normal October day - breaking a terrible run for Ballarat - but it wont be.
Today will be partly cloudy with a few showers and a top of just 11 degrees.
Hail and sleet is possible this morning so be careful on the roads.
Ballarat police responded to a call of people emptying gas cylinders in the Bakery Hill area last night.
Police attended the area but the reported offenders were gone on arrival.
Fire crews also attended the scene.
Ballarat police have urged residents to consider attending their next Neighbourhood Watch meeting to better understand local crime prevention initiatives.
Ballarat Neighbourhood Watch safer communities group will meet tonight at 7pm at the Bunch of Grapes Hotel in pleasant Street South.
Fire crews responded to the police job last night, a call of people dispensing gas cylinders in a public place.
Cress arrived but found gas cylinders or suspicious persons in the area.
Firefighters also made a number of inspections last night, responding to calls where people could smell smoke.
All turned out to be false alarms.
Ballarat Railway Station, Lydiard Street North
SES crews responded to a tree down in Wendouree yesterday afternoon.
The tree fell in a residential yard and there was no building damage.
Crews were also cleaning up at Ararat well into the day after Tuesday night's freak weather event in Ararat.
A number of buildings were damaged by the event, known as a "microburst" of strong winds reaching speeds of over 100km/h.
Vline had a couple of issues on the Ballarat line yesterday afternoon, but report no delays this morning.
The 5.40pm Wendouree service operated at reduced capacity "due to operational requirements" yesterday.