It was a case of red sky in the morning, shepherds warning today – there is a severe weather system about to move in.
The result of the fine weather moving east, however, was that Bendigo and Central Victoria were treated to a spectacular sunrise and early-morning light show.
Our readers were captivated by the amazing range of hues – and they were out snapping on their way to work.
The run of frosty winter mornings has given way to milder weather today, but a change is on the horizon.
The Bureau of Meteorology is warning of damaging winds in parts of central Victoria today.
Winds of 60 to 70 km/h with peak gusts of 100 km/h are expected to again develop this morning and continue into the evening, mainly over elevated areas. Kyneton and Daylesford are among the locations that could be affected.
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Showers are also expected across the Bendigo area for the next three days, with temperatures staying in the low teens.
Do you have photos of a winter’s morning sunrise? We'd love to see them. Inbox us on Facebook, use the hashtag #bendigoadvertiser on Instagram or send a Snapchat to BgoAddy.
Back in March, Mother Nature put on a show for central Victoria, showing some amazing autumn colours. To see that great gallery, click here.