Areas north Ballarat are in the firing line once again, as eastern Victoria and parts of New South Wales, ACT and Queensand brace for up to 100mm of rain over today and tomorrow.
The Ballarat region has missed much of the rain that crossed Victoria on Wednesday and overnight, however the Bureau of Meteorology has issued a severe weather warning for damaging winds.
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South to southeasterly winds averaging 50 to 60 km/h are expected to develop around the Grampians and central ranges tonight, before moving across the state during friday morning.
Peak gusts of around 90 km/h are possible in the warning area, which includes Daylesford and towns between Ballarat and Bendigo.
Ballarat is also likely to be windy on Friday.
However conditions will significantly improve in the next few days.
A top of 21 degrees is forecast for the city on Sunday before consecutive days of temperatures in the mid twenties greet the first day of summer on Wednesday, December 1.
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