Cold front hits Ballito and surrounds hopefully bringing rain
The South African Weather Service says cool conditions can be expected on Wednesday, 25 May, with rain expected in parts of the north-east.
Rain will clear up in the Western Cape, Northern Cape and Eastern Cape, except for Port Elizabeth where a 30% chance of rain is expected in the morning. The interior of the country can expect a 30% chance of rain, whereas the eastern parts of KwaZulu-Natal can expect a 60% chance of rain as the cold front moves over the north-east.
Snow Report SA has also warned of a strong chance of some snow over certain parts of Lesotho and the Drakensberg Mountains from midday Wednesday, extending into the early hours of Thursday, 26 May.
It said Sani Pass “may be lucky enough to see some of this snow as well as the Maluti mountains, surrounding Afriski, and potentially the peaks of the Northern Drakensberg bordering Lesotho”.
Cool conditions will continue throughout the country for the rest of the week, except for parts in the Northern Cape where warmer conditions are expected.
Johannesburg can expect a maximum temperature of 21°C, while Pretoria will be 22°C on Wednesday. Bloemfontein in the Free State can expect a high of 19°C.
Along the coasts, Cape Town can expect a high of 19°C and Port Elizabeth will be a maximum of 18°C. Durban will reach a maximum of 21°C.
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