Mount William has experienced its second snowfall in three days, as temperatures dropped below negative one degrees on Wednesday morning.
Will Hudson, owner of Livefast Cafe in Halls Gap, likes to head up the mountain in winter. He said he found about one centimetre of snow over the road that morning.
"The roads are slippery, so I'd warn people about that," he said.
"It's a nice little fall. When it snows we get a few day trippers coming to the Grampians, especially if it's the weekend, and everyone always appreciates the social media posts we do."
Bureau of Meteorology data shows the temperature dropped to negative 1.8 degrees at Mount William at 8am.
Duty forecaster Tom Delamonte said more showers would move through the Grampians area on Wednesday.
"It's expected to warm up into Thursday morning, and there will be a period of more average temperatures from Friday onwards," he said.
A severe weather warning remains in place for the southeastern corner of the Wimmera.
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