Beanies, scarves, jackets and thick socks are tipped to be popular fashion choices with wind, rain and cold temperatures sure to feature at White Night on Saturday night.
But City of Greater Bendigo tourism and major events manager Terry Karamaloudis said it would take severe weather conditions for White Night to be called off.
“The weather forecast at the moment is favourable,” he said. “It’s on the cooler side, so we would encourage people to rug up, bring a coat and beanie and keep warm.
“Event organisers will be monitoring weather conditions by the minute but it would take a severe change before any decision was made to not proceed with the event.
“Some of the structures that are up wouldn’t respond well to extremely strong wind conditions but again that is not forecast.”
Light showers are expected with forecast temperatures in Bendigo are tipped to reach 13 degrees through the day and reaching a low of 1 degree after midnight.
Winds between 15 and 20km/h are expected to ease in the afternoon.