Well, Springfest is over for another year and just like that, the sun comes back out again.
After a brisk night in which the temperature dropped to 4.5 degrees, the sun is now shining brilliantly and the mercury has already started to climb, albeit it rather slowly.
We can expect a maximum temperature of 15 degrees today, with just a five per cent chance of rain.
The temperature is expected to climb to 22 tomorrow, before reaching 26 on Wednesday.
An unusually quiet night for police in Ballarat in Ballarat, with just two call outs for the night.
However, police are still looking for help from the public to help recover a gold chain that went missing when a 92-year-old woman was fatally hit by a car on Creswick Road on Thursday.
The elderly woman was struck by a probationary driver and died in hospital on Saturday.
Police believe the chain went missing before the woman arrived at hospital and may have fallen off in the collision.
Members of the woman's family are keen to find the chain. Anyone with any information is urged to call Ballarat Police on 5336 6000.
Just the one call out for our firefighters overnight, called to the Queen Elizabeth Centre in Sebastopol.
Fire crews were called to an alarm at 5.10am this morning, with three crews attending.
However, it turned out to be a false alarm.
Otherwise it was a fairly quiet night, with firefighters taking advantage to get fully prepared for what is expected to be another busy summer.
A quite night for police and firefighters normally means a quiet night for ambulance.
Last night was no exception and although paramedics attended their share of medical call outs, there was no trauma to speak of.
All Ballarat trains are running on time this morning, but there are minor disruptions on the Seymour and Gippsland lines.
Parolee figures climb in the Ballarat region.