It is back to summer for Melburnians after a soggy end to January saw heavy rain, lightning and thunderstorms lash the city.
Saturday's storms brought a total of 55mm over a 24-hour period to Epping. Sunday evening saw rain in the north-east and thunderstorms in Gippsland.
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However, Bureau of Meteorology senior forecaster Stephen King said the worst of the weather had passed for Melbourne.
"In Melbourne there is a slight chance of rain tomorrow, a reasonably good day, 25 degrees, and those showers will slowly move eastward and most of state is clearer," Mr King said.
"[It is] quite good on Tuesday as well, partly cloudy 29 degrees."
Mr King said the remnants of Cyclone Stan that went through the Pilbara in Western Australia on Saturday would "wander" over to Victoria.
"It will bring a few showers to us on Wednesday," he said.
"And then once we get through that, we get a big high pressure system coming from the west. It stabilises the weather, and then it's clean sailing from then on."
In Melbourne, the temperature will begun its steady climb, starting with 21 degrees on Thursday, 25 on Friday, 30 on Saturday and 31 on Sunday.
"So pretty good weekend coming up," Mr King said.
"Get your beach bags ready."