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  • Tuesday 15-21°c Sunny. Cool. Sunny. Cool.
    Wednesday 15-25°c Sunny. Mild. Sunny. Mild.
    Thursday 17-24°c Drizzle. Morning clouds. Mild. Drizzle. Morning clouds. Mild.
    Friday 16-22°c Sunny. Cool. Sunny. Cool.
    Saturday 16-20°c Sunny. Cool. Sunny. Cool.
    Sunday 15-18°c Sunny. Cool. Sunny. Cool.
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Your weather for Election Day

2014-05-05 10:24
(Photo: IEC)
Cape Town - According to the South African Weather Service's forecast Wednesday won't provide any headaches for the IEC with no rain for most parts of the country.

Cape Town will be partly cloudy for most of Wednesday with temperatures reaching mid-20's.

Johannesburg and Pretoria will be sunny with maximum temperatures reaching lower 20's.

It's predicted to be partly cloudy in Durban and Bloemfontein; both with maximums in the mid 20's.

Kimberley and Mafikeng will be sunny with temperatures reaching the mid 20's.

Clouds and afternoon thunderstorms are predicted for Port Elizabeth reaching a maximum of 29 degrees.

Polokwane and Mbombela will be partly cloudy with temperatures reaching mid 20's. Both cities will be foggy in the morning with clear skies in the afternoon.

* Visit Weather24 for the latest forecasts.
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