If the Bureau of Meteorology's latest weather warning is anything to go by, we're in for a hell of a weekend.
Victoria is set to cop a month's worth of rain in just two to three days, starting on Friday.
It's led the BOM to issue a severe weather warning that spans across every last square millimetre of the state.
Heavy rain and scattered thunderstorms are expected to develop in the west on Thursday night before moving across the state, according to the Bureau.
The heavy rain and storms will continue across Friday and Saturday, which may bring flash flooding.
Areas of and north of the Divide are expecting between 100 and 200mm of rainfall, any perhaps as much as 250mm, with between 60 and 120mm forecasted for the remainder of the state.
Melbourne's forecast for another top of 35 on Thursday before the rain brings it down to 26 on Friday.