RAIN is likely to continue across the Wimmera this morning and snow is possible in the Grampians.

The region received a good soak yesterday and Wednesday, with Bureau of Meteorology figures showing Horsham, Stawell, Ararat, Mount William and Nhill all recorded 10 millimetres or more between 9am Wednesday and 9am yesterday.

Warracknabeal had five millimetres in the same period, Hopetoun recorded four millimetres and Walpeup had three millimetres.

By 1pm yesterday Horsham had received a further 3.4 millimetres while Mount William received another six.

Bureau spokesman David Morrison said the bureau was expecting rainfall to total up to 50 millimetres in the Grampians and 30 millimetres for towns as far north as Horsham by the end of today.

He said the rain was moving in a thick band across the state and more was expected this morning as a cold front moved across the region.

“With the chance of picking up some good rain totals in the Grampians today the height at which snow is expected is down to 600 metres, so there is the possibility light snow will fall in the Grampians,” he said.

Mr Morrison said showers were expected in and around Horsham during the coming days.

“There will be a few showers on Saturday and a shower or two on Sunday,” he said.

“Beyond that Wednesday is looking quite okay because there will be a high pressure system over the area, which means clear skies, still conditions and frosty mornings.”

Mr Morrison said conditions were tracking as expected for this time of year.

“In Horsham the minimum average temperature for the month so far is three degrees Celsius and the longer term average is 3.5 degrees,” he said.

“The average maximum temperature for June so far is 14.9 degrees, and the long-term average is 14.5 degrees.

“Horsham has received 36.3 millimetres of rain for the month so far, exceeding the average rainfall for June by 0.2 millimetres. With rain expected over the next few days that figure will be higher.”

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