A dense fog shrouded the region on Wednesday and Thursday mornings, as the winter chill continues.
Greg Robson from Stawell Historical Society Inc said he could not see more than 15 metres in front of him at 8.15am on Wednesday morning.
He snapped the photo (left) from his backyard - not the beautiful view of the region he may have become accustom to.
The thick fog made it difficult to see in some parts of the region, although the mornings thankfully dissipated into beautiful sunny afternoons.
Accompanying the fog were calls on the Stawell Times-News Facebook page for people to remember to put on their headlights while driving.
The early mornings cause visibility issues which lends itself to accidents.
While it reached a freezing zero overnight on Thursday morning, the weekend looks slightly friendlier for Stawell.
The Bureau of Meteorology has forecast a low of two degrees, with warm and mostly sunny highs of 16 and 14 for Saturday and Sunday respectively.
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