BENDIGO has received more than 16 millimetres of rain in the first 11 days of July.
The city recorded just over 2mm by July 11, 2018, but experienced almost 13mm of rain the following day.
A total of 35mm of rain was recorded in Bendigo that month.
The mean rainfall recorded at Bendigo Airport in July from 1991 to now is 55.1mm.
There are generally nine days a year that the city receives more than a millimetre of rain.
Further rain is forecast for Bendigo tomorrow, with the bureau predicting a 95 per cent chance of showers, most likely in the morning and afternoon.
About 3mm - 8mm of rain are expected to fall. A top of 12 degrees and a low of seven is forecast.
There's about a 40 per cent chance of rain on each day of the weekend, too.
A minimum of three degrees is forecast for Saturday, with temperatures rising to 12 degrees throughout the day.
The outlook for Sunday is similar, with a low of two degrees and a top of 13 expected.
The bureau has warned sheep graziers in a number of forecast districts of the risk of losses of lambs and sheep exposed to cold temperatures, showers and northwesterly winds expected today and tomorrow.
Affected districts include the Mallee, Wimmera, Northern Country, North Central, North East, South West, Central and West and South Gippsland forecast districts and parts of the East Gippsland forecast district.
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