While Bendigo experienced bouts of rain and howling wind, snow was falling in other parts of central Victoria.
Mount Macedon received a light dusting earlier this afternoon, followed by a further flurry shortly before 5pm.
Kyneton also received some snowfall.
DAYLESFORD and Kyneton could see light snowfall later in the day, the Bureau of Meteorology says.
Senior forecaster Tom Fejes said cold conditions meant more snowfalls were expected in parts of the state - particularly around the eastern ranges, Mount Dandenong and the Yarra Ranges.
Mr Fejes said lighter falls could be seen as well up around the central ranges.
He named Daylesford and Kyneton among places still "at risk".
"Maybe even Ballarat could see one or two flurries still," Mr Fejes said.
He named Mount Dandenong and Ballarat among the areas where snow was reported, as well as some flurries around the Colac region.
"We've seen some very cold temperatures... quite a few places getting down below zero," Mr Fejes said.
Bendigo achieved a low of 1.4 degrees Celsius at 7:31am.
Mount Buller recorded Tuesday's coldest temperature thus far, at -7 degrees.
Further cold temperatures and cool conditions are predicted for the week.
"We've had a pretty strong cold front come through yesterday and a very large cold pool moving over the state from very far south and it's not really moving for the next few days," Mr Fejes said.
He said the Melbourne region was facing what could be the coldest run of four consecutive August days since 1975.
Most of the wet and windy weather would affect coastal areas and push out towards East Gippsland.
Parts of northern Victoria might be set for "reasonable" rainfall towards the end of the week.
"There's still a little bit of uncertainty as to where the heaviest falls will be," Mr Fejes said.
IT was a dusting of snow so light, Top of the Range Tea Rooms owner Luke Chapman said it was "borderline thick frost."
But it was snow, all the same.
Mr Chapman had been expecting more, given the forecast of snow as low as 300 or 400 metres in some southern parts.
"It just didn't eventuate," he said.
While it was still "really cold out there", bright sunlight shone through cloudless skies at the Top of the Range at 9.30am on Tuesday.
Thick snow blanketed Mount Macedon roughly 12 months ago.
While Mr Chapman said locals might have enjoyed more snow this time around, he was hopeful the "really, really light dusting" would mean people weren't tempted to breach COVID-19 restrictions by travelling.
He decided to turn the snow cam on so people could enjoy from home.
"They can see it and realise it's not as full-on as was forecast," Mr Chapman said.
The broadcast includes a bar saying "stay home and help to stop the spread".
"We've got regular police patrols up here, too, in the park," Mr Chapman said.
"We're seeing police two to three times a day checking where people are from.
"It's not smart for anyone to even attempt it."
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