Weather Update: Cloudy and cool day for most of SA

2018-08-27 20:33

Cloudy and cool weather is expected over most of South Africa on Tuesday.


The Western Cape is expected to be partly cloudy and cool to cold, following the weekend's snowfalls, while the wind along the coast will be fresh westerly to southwesterly. More rain showers are expected in Cape Town.

Gauteng will be fine and cool while KwaZulu-Natal can expect morning fog over the interior. The north of the country will be fine and cool but partly cloudy in the north in the morning.

In Limpopo, expect cloudy weather in the east with drizzle and fog patches along the escarpment at first. Otherwise it will be partly cloudy and cool.

Below see specific weather temperatures per province and major towns and cities: 

1. Western Cape

2. Gauteng 

3. KwaZulu-Natal 

4. Eastern Cape 

5. Northern Cape 

6. Limpopo

9. Free State 

Click here to see the specific forecast for your city over the next few days

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