BENDIGO'S streets are bursting with shades of red, orange and yellow - a sign autumn is taking hold of the city.
As the colder weather is due to set in, the Bureau of Meteorology is predicting above average temperatures in Bendigo for May, June and July.
Senior forecaster Terry Ryan said temperatures would be slightly warmer than average during winter.
He said average rain was expected.
Mr Ryan said Bendigo would be foggy this morning, with a low of four degrees and top of 16 degrees expected.
"On Friday there looks to be a rain band coming up," he said.
"It will be a top of 12 degrees on Friday."
Mr Ryan said possible showers were predicted for Saturday in Bendigo, with a top of 13 degrees.
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