Snow flurries are expected in areas of Victoria above 700 metres meaning Mount Macedon could get a dusting of snow this weekend.
Bureau of Meteorology forecasters said temperatures in the region are between eight and 10 degrees lower than the average for this time of year with a cold south-westerly air-stream blowing across Victoria.
"It's not that uncommon to see snow in November, most Novembers get a weather event similar to this," Bureau of Meteorology duty forecaster Tom Fejes said.
"Most of the state will have that cold air over the top of it and the snow level will climb tomorrow (as the weather warms up).
"But it's cold enough that with showers we could see hail today."
In August, snow fell at Mount Alexander and Mount Macedon causing road closures and warnings to the public.
It is expected the Grampians and hills around Ballarat may also see snow.
BOM senior forecaster Michael Efron said this week had already been quite wet through the southern and mountain part of Victoria.
"We are looking at intensive shower activity, local hail and thunder, gusty winds with showers and a warning for sheep graziers," he said.
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