Update 7pm: Electricity workers ventured up Mount William on Friday, but it wasn't to admire the latest fall of snow.
A Powercor spokeswoman said their visit was strictly business as they worked to correct a power outage.
"Crews from our LSA partner depot at Ararat, Central Power, responded to an outage shortly after midday today, where four customers were impacted," she said.
"Power was restored by 4:45pm this afternoon and we thank the affected customers for their patience as the work was carried out.
"The team of three had to carry in ladders, earths and other equipment required to fix the fault as access in the area was difficult given the conditions.
"Our lineys and our LSA partners are equipped and trained to deal with all conditions and work as safely and as quickly as possible to get power back on for our customers.
"In this situation, the crew from Central Power said the job was made more difficult by the wet and freezing conditions as well as the strong winds that they had to deal with."
The mercury dropped to minus 1.8 on Mount William at 10 on Friday morning, and dipped to minus 2 on 6pm that same day.
Previously: Towns in the Wimmera were buffeted by strong winds and experienced plummeting temperatures overnight.
A state emergency services spokesman said that despite the conditions, crews were not required to attend any incidents.
A severe weather warning for destructive winds in the Mallee and the Wimmera was lifted in the early hours of Friday morning.
VicRoads urged motorists to take care on the roads this morning as high winds were expected to continue statewide.
The 'feels like' temperature dropped to minus 4.1 degrees in Horsham overnight.
Edenhope has received 15mm of rainfall since Thursday afternoon.
Grampians residents woke to the sight of snow blanketing the Grampians, with Mt William experiencing another significant fall.
The 'feels like' temperature dropped to minus 11.2 degrees at Mt William overnight, while it got as low as minus 5.9 in Ararat.
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