Weather Update: No relief yet from the heat in the north west

2018-11-18 18:51


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The heatwave will persist over the eastern and north-eastern parts of the Northern Cape, Free State and North-West until Monday and Gauteng remains hot.


The South African Weather Service warns that temperatures in areas affected by the heatwave will remain high during the day.


Thundershowers are expected over Gauteng, the North West and parts of Limpopo, the Northern Cape and the Free State.


Temperatures will remain high and most of the country will be warm to hot on Monday.

Upington will reach a high of 40°C.

A UVB sunburn index of extreme is expected for the Western Cape.

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

In Gauteng, Pretoria will reach a high of 32°C while Johannesburg will reach a high of 30°C.

Bloemfontein will reach a high of 36°C.

Along the coast, Cape Town will reach a high of 27°C, Port Elizabeth is expected to have a high of 25°C and Durban a high of 22°C.

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