The region shivered across the weekend as temperatures in many towns across the Wimmera dropped below zero degrees and into the negatives.
Ararat froze on Sunday night and Monday morning, reaching a low of -4.3 degrees at 6am on Monday with an apparent temperature of -10.6 degrees, among the coldest in the state.
Only Falls Creek (-4.6 degrees), Mount Buller (-3.7 degrees) and Mount Hotham (-5.3 degrees) recorded cooler temperatures from overnight.
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Stawell was not far off Ararat's low on Monday morning, hitting -2.6 at 7am.
Horsham endured a chilly night, sitting below zero degrees from between 1am and 8am. The town hit a low of -2.3 degrees at 7.30am.
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Warracknabeal reached a low of -0.8 degrees at 7.30am, Edenhope dropped to -0.4 degrees at 3.30am and while Nhill didn't reach below zero, it still hit a low of 0.4 degrees at 6.30am.
The Bureau of Meteorology issued a frost warning for the whole of the state for Monday morning, as well as for parts of Victoria across the weekend with more low temperatures.
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