You can almost put the coat back in the closet, but not quite yet.
The mercury is slowly building towards what is forecast to be a bumper Saturday, but for now you will have to ride out the last two days of October.
Early drizzle this morning is expected to clear as the day goes on, leading to a top of 16 degrees.
There is a 10 per cent chance of rain, but even if that does happen, it is unlikely we will see more than one millimetre.
A quiet night on Ballarat's streets in terms of crime, with police not reporting any incidents.
However, police have warned racegoers to behave ahead of Flemington's Melbourne Cup Carnival.
Although the Ballarat Cup may still be a few weeks off yet, police will really begin ramping up their presence for this weekend's Derby Day.
Last year, police and security evicted 86 people from Flemington Racecourse on Derby Day, mainly for alcohol-related offences and there is a plea not for repeat offending.
No emergency calls for our firefighters last night, not that they weren't kept busy.
The full time firefighters at Ballarat City Fire Brigade held a training session with the Ballarat City volunteers in preparation for another busy summer season.
Working together, the fire crews spent up until about 10.30pm refreshing their memory and going through training ahead of bushfire season.
A very quiet night for our paramedics on the road in terms of trauma incidents.
There were not major incident call outs, in what was a relatively quiet night for Ballarat.
All trains on all Victorian lines are running on time this morning, according to the V/Line website.
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A huge day for our year 12s as they sit their VCE English exam.
Today, The Courier will catch up with some students fresh out of the three-hour exam.