Cold, stormy weather ahead
Cape Town - The South African Weather Service has issued several weather warnings for the southern and south-western parts of the country, forecasting cold and stormy conditions for the next few days.
The Western and Eastern Cape have been warned to expect gale to strong gale-force winds between Plettenberg Bay and Port Alfred, with rough seas.
Temperatures in Cape Town will remain low on Friday, with a maximum of 13°C expected. Saturday will see some sunshine in the Mother City, although it will still be cold with a minimum of 7°C and a maximum of 12°C.
Very cold conditions have been forecast for the Northern Cape, with towns like Sutherland and Fraserburg expecting minimum temperatures of 0°C and 2°C respectively.
The Eastern Cape has also been warned to expect gale-force winds and rough seas.
Rough seas and swells of up to nine metres have also been predicted for KwaZulu-Natal, especially in the Kosi Bay area on Saturday.
Gauteng is expected to have spring weather, with cold mornings but maximum temperatures in the mid-20s on Friday and over the weekend.
- SAWS website