Not a whole lot to look forward to today.
As October draws towards a close, you could easily be excused for thinking we are still in the depths of winter.
The forecast for today is a maximum temperature of 15 degrees, with rain expected at times throughout the day.
There is a slight chance of a thunderstorm this evening, with winds becoming southerly and reaching speeds of 20 to 25 km/h.
Fairly quiet in terms of major incidents for Ballarat police over the weekend and last night.
Senior Sergeant Neale Robinson said police would be putting even more focus on graffiti in the near future after three youths were arrested for spray painting trains in the early hours of Friday morning.
Senior Sergeant Robinson said the cost to the community caused by graffiti was costly and that spray painting trains in particular had a massive impact on Ballarat as a whole.
On our roads, Ballarat Highway Patrol is continuing drivers to avoid any distractions after the latest TAC stats showed an increase in Ballarat fatalities over the last 12 months.
SES volunteers spent more than nine hours searching for a missing woman in the Grampians on Saturday night.
Crews were first called around 7.45pm, with the woman calling for assistance after getting lost in the Mt Zero area.
Nine volunteers crew members searched overnight, eventually finding the woman unharmed around 6.30am yesterday.
Fire crews were called out to assist police in an incident in Delacombe last night where a child refused to come down from the roof of a house.
The boy was removed safely, just before 8pm.
Otherwise, there was just one other false alarm call out for the Ballarat crews.
A quiet night to top off a relatively quite weekend for ambulance.
No major incident call outs overnight.
No delays listed for the V/Line Ballarat line this morning, with all trains running on time.