IT was another chilly night with temperatures dropping across the region on Saturday.
Horsham reached a top of 10.9 degrees on Saturday, while the apparent temperature did not go above 4.2 degrees.
Horsham had a low of 1.3 degrees on Saturday night, but the apparent temperature dropped to -2.4 degrees.
Warracknabeal had an overnight low of 3.4 degrees, Stawell dropped to 5.8 degrees, Nhill had a low of 3.2 degrees and Edenhope had a low of 4.3 degrees.
Horsham will continue to shiver through the remainder of the week, with the Bureau of Meteorology predicting a high of 14 degrees on Monday with a low of 6 degrees.
Snow fell on Mt William in the Grampians on Saturday and the apparent temperature at the mountain dropped below -10 degrees on Sunday.
Bureau of Meteorology has issued a severe weather warning for damaging winds and a sheep graziers warning.
Damaging winds will develop across the Grampians on Sunday morning, with peak gusts of 100km/h to 110km/h.
Winds are expected to ease below warning threshold during the early hours of Monday.
TEMPERATURES have plummeted across the region this weekend with a layer of snow falling at Mt William.
Below freezing temperatures have been recorded with Horsham's apparent temperature not reaching above five degrees on Saturday.
Horsham reached a top temperature today of 10.9 degrees at 1pm while Stawell reached 10.2 degrees at 3pm.
Temperatures in Horsham are tipped to get to 2 degrees overnight on Saturday.
Bureau of Meteorology has issued two warnings - severe weather warning for damaging winds and a sheep graziers warning.
The bureau states during Sunday, damaging westerly winds averaging 50-65km/h with peak gusts of 90km/h are forecast to develop along coastal Victoria and about the Otway and Strzelecki Ranges later on Sunday morning, extending to elevated parts of the Grampians and eastern ranges (above 1000 metres) during Sunday afternoon. Peak wind gusts could reach 100-110km/h over coastal south Gippsland and the Alpine peaks (above 1500 metres).
It also warns sheep graziers that cold temperatures, showers and strong westerly winds are expected during tonight and Sunday.
Areas likely to be affected include parts of the North Central, North East, South West, Central, West and South Gippsland and East Gippsland forecast districts. There is a risk of losses of lambs and sheep exposed to these conditions.
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