Rain will continue to fall in central Victoria in coming days, forecasters have said, but they are not predicting downpours like those that left towns battling floodwater last week.
While Monday would be a cloudy start to the week, the day should remain dry, Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Peter Newham has said.
Tuesday morning will remain the same, but rains are expected to develop during the afternoon and evening.
Mr Newham predicted falls of about 10 millimetres between Tuesday and Wednesday, but said that figure could increase, so weather watchers should continue to monitor conditions in their area.
"These fronts are sweeping through and affecting much of the state in the same way," he said.
The end of the work week will be dry before another downpour is expected on Saturday.
In the 24 hours before 9am Sunday, just three millimetres of rain was recorded in Bendigo.
That rain would clear sometime this afternoon, Mr Newham said.