It was another chilly start to the morning today with clearing showers expected throughout the day.
We can expect a top of 21 degrees today with the temperature rising to 24 degrees tomorrow.
Looking ahead to the weekend we can expect slightly warmer weather with temperatures expected to reach 27 degrees on Sunday.
Ballarat Police recorded another quiet night.
Anyone with information should call Ballarat Police on 5336 6000 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Police statistics released yesterday also revealed a sharp rise in the number of drug related crimes occurring and a significant drop in the number of assaults committed in Ballarat
It was a quiet night for fire crews with no emergency call outs.
However Ballarat Fire Brigade's senior station officer Shane Phillips said crews were preparing to leave for Morwell, with residents in the town dealing with air pollution and smoke which has blanketed the city.
The smoke is coming from a fire still burning the Hazelwood open cut coal mine
Nothing of interest to report
Services look good for train commuters this morning with the Ballarat line experiencing no delays. However, it wasn't the case yesterday afternoon, with multiple delays due to track faults.
ON THE AGENDA
Corrections Minister Edward O'Donohue will today visit Ballarat and inspect CCTV cameras in the city as well as make an announcement about Langi Kal Kal Prison.