Any hope that the sunshine from last week would continue into this week appears to have disappeared.
A top of 12 degrees is expected for the first day of spring with a 90 per cent chance of rain.
You can also expect some light winds throughout the day.
TODAY'S TOP STORY
Ambulance Victoria staff shortages resulted in the call-out to a Mobile Intensive Care Ambulance (MICA) from Melbourne to replace unfilled MICA shifts in Ballarat on Saturday.
A quiet night for Ballarat police with nothing of interest to report.
However, Ballarat police officers braved the cold on a sunny day last week to raise money for motor neurone disease, completing the ALS 'Ice Bucket Challenge'.
Elsewhere in the state, police are investigating the circumstances surrounding a fatal crash which occurred in Gnotuk, near Camperdown, last night.
Officers have been told a Mercedes was travelling west on Castle Carey Road around 7.45pm before the driver lost control of the car which left the road and hit a tree before rolling over.
He died at the scene.
Emergency services had to free a woman in her 40s from the vehicle before she was airlifted to hospital suffering serious injuries.
A quiet night for fire crews with no emergency call outs.
All clear for trains today with no delays reported so far by V/Line.