You might have needed to get a bucket of water to pour on the car windscreen this morning, it's pretty crisp out there.
The mercury has been hovering around zero degrees with a patchy light frost, however a few rays of sunshine have been poking through.
The forecast for today is a max of 13 degrees, with possible showers throughout the day.
A man was stabbed inside the Coles Peel Street supermarket yesterday afternoon. The incident took place after an argument between two groups which left a man with a slashed arm.
Police have charged a male with recklessly causing injury after the incident.
Police also apprehended three males after they were caught spray painting graffiti on trains at the Ballarat Railway Station.
Witnesses saw the group tagging a train and contacted police, who arrested them at about 1am.
The group is believed to be linked to other instances of graffiti over the last week in Ballarat, with the total clean-up value estimated at $3000.
Fire crews reported a quiet night last night. The Department of Environment and Primary Industries has scheduled six controlled burns for the Ballarat region this spring, however wet weather has prevented any being conducted so far.
SES crews reported a tree that had fallen down across the Western Freeway at Nerrina, with Vicroads staff clearing it off the road.
The ambos had a quiet night last night, with no call-outs in our area.
Vline is reporting a good service on its Ballarat line for the run in and out of Melbourne.
Commuters reported a power outage at the Melton station on Twitter, however the power is believed to be back on again.