A relatively mild night overnight, with the temperature barely dropping below seven degrees.
But don't expect the mercury to rise too high today; a high of just 15 degrees is forecast.
There is a 30 per cent chance of rain, but no more than one millimetre is expected to fall.
Despite some heavy showers, just 2.8mm was recorded yesterday.
Ballarat police reported no incidents overnight and they are certainly hoping it stays that way.
On the roads, Ballarat Highway Patrol members are adding heightened presence along the trouble Sago Hill Road in Haddon.
There have been two serious crashes recorded at the intersection of Sago Hill Road and Bells Road in the last two weeks and police say it is an area of concern.
They will spend extra time in the area, blitzing those who fail to obey stop signs or those who are distracted.
The Country Fire Authority is urging Ballarat residents to clean their chimneys after being called to attend a chimney fire in a Mitchell Park house last night.
Crews were called to the Lindsay Park house around 7.40pm but managed to stop the fire before it got out of control.
Fire crews say it is a timely reminder for people to clear their chimney's out as summer draws near to avoid any potentially hazardous build up.
Fairly quiet in Ballarat overnight, but paramedics were called to the scene of a fatal accident at Lawloit, near Nhill, after a head-on collision between a B-double and a truck.
It was the second fatal accident in two days in western Victoria, in which three lives have already been lost.
All trains departing from Ballarat are listed as being on time at the moment.
However, there is a delay on the 7.03am Bacchus Marsh to Southern Cross service, expected to be about 15 minutes, due a train fault.
The 7.35am Ararat to Southern Cross service will also be running at reduced capacity.
ON THE AGENDA
Today we can expect the official announcement today regarding the Melbourne Renegades cricket team holding a three-day camp in Ballarat in December.
Full details are not yet known, but Renegades chief executive officer Stuart Coventry will be at the Eastern Oval today to announce details of the visit.