Cold front: Temperatures likely to drop from today

2008-07-09 00:00

After a mild winter thus far, the season is set to make its presence felt as temperatures start to drop with the arrival of a cold front.

While today’s mercury peaks at 17˚C, temperatures will drop even further with a mere 15˚C forecast as the high for both tomorrow and Saturday in the capital.

A spokesperson for the Durban weather office said yesterday that there was a chance of good rainfall inland, especially on Saturday.

While no warnings have been issued for snow for the province for the next few days, he said there could be a small chance of snow on high-lying areas, especially along the northern Drakensberg.

Sunday’s temperature will peak at 18˚C with gradual warming thereafter.

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