An overnight low of 5.7 degrees will rise to a top of 10 degrees on Monday.
Cloudy and a shower or two tending to a little rain this afternoon.
Winds south to southeasterly 25 to 30 km/h decreasing to 15 to 20 km/h in the late evening.
TODAY'S TOP STORY
WAYNE Pritchard does not claim to be a hero.
He just did what he had to when the time called for it.
The Daisy Hill father-of-two saved a drowning man’s life during a family camping trip two years ago, and on Monday has been announced as a recipient of Commendation for Brave Conduct in the Governor General’s Australian Bravery Awards.
Police are seeking public assistance to help locate missing 13-year-old Lachlan Casey.
Lachlan was last seen on a Melton bus going toward Kurunjang yesterday afternoon.
He was last seen wearing a grey hooded top, blue jeans, orange runners and a cap with ‘obey’ written on the front in gold and black.
Anyone who sees Lachlan is urged to call Triple Zero (000) immediately.
Two fire crews were called to a Canadian home after a fire broke out in a toilet.
Crews from Ballarat City and Ballarat attended the Beverley Court address at 7.45pm on Sunday night.
Senior Station Officer Neville Collins said the fire is believed to have started when a candle was positioned next to an aerosol can and ignited.
A curtain above the toilet also caught fire.
"People need to be mindful that aerosol cans don't go well with heat," Senior Station Officer Collins said.
All services are running on time with no reported delays on the @vline_ballarat Twitter feed.
ON THE AGENDA
Today The Courier will be attending an exclusive tour of the Mars chocolate factory.