TOWNS across the Wimmera got drenched on Saturday as a cold front made its way over the region.
Horsham received 4.4mm of rain in 25 minutes on Saturday afternoon. The town has received a total of 8.8mm since 3pm.
Edenhope has only received 3mm since 9am on Saturday, while 5.4mm has fallen on Stawell.
Nhill received 2.4mm in 30 minutes on Saturday afternoon. The town's total rainfall since 9am Saturday is 5.8mm. Warracknabeal has received 4.8mm since 9am Saturday.
Bureau of Meteorology was unable to provide statistics for Ararat.
Bureau of Meteorology senior forecaster Dean Stewart told the Mail-Times there would be a slight risk of thunderstorms in the region the middle of this week.
"The fronts will produce showers across the state including up through the Wimmera, but no individual front produce a big dump of rain," he said.
"It will be a bit hit and miss as to whether showers will go over a person's property or miss it. There might be a couple of places in the north Wimmera with less shower activity, and down on the Grampians there might be a few places that fare a bit better.
"The showers will persist: There will be some into the middle part of next week, but again no significant rain band is expected through that area. We might see some snow on the Grampians by Wednesday week and there will be cold air and clear skies so there is the risk of some frost developing late in the week."
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