It's been a tale of two states in Victoria with rain in the west and fire in the east.
Western and southern parts of the state have been soaked on Saturday while eastern parts of the state battled dry conditions and 10 active fires.
"When it comes to the weather, it is really a tale of two states," Emergency Management Commissioner Andrew Crisp told reporters on Saturday.
Damaging winds and heavy rainfall took hold in the state's north and central areas, with the state's strongest wind gust recorded at Mangalore at 128km/h about 4pm.
Gusts up to 111km/h hit the Eildon Fire Tower at 4.40pm while Puckapunyal clocked 106km/h with a deluge of 19mm of rain in just 10 minutes, the weather bureau said.
An emergency thunderstorm warning near Seymour was cancelled on Saturday night.
Heavy rain hit parts of the Wimmera, with Nhill recording 61mm by 9am on Saturday, Dimboola 51mm, Longerenong 42mm and Horsham 40mm.
After 9am, Trentham recorded 36mm of rain while 34mm fell in Berwick in Melbourne's southeast.
"We have certainly had the humidity, storm activity, rain and the damaging winds today and yesterday. It is effectively over now ... it should clear tomorrow morning," Bureau of Meteorology senior forecaster Richard Carlyon told AAP.
"We have definitely had the worst of it."
The State Emergency Service has received 604 requests for help across the state in the past 24 hours to 9.45pm with less than 100 requests still outstanding.