Weather Update: The north starts to warm up after stormy weekend

2018-10-15 19:19


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Brighter days are ahead for Gauteng, following a weekend of stormy weather, as temperatures in the north increase on Tuesday.


Isolated showers and thundershowers can be expected along the East Coast, Wild Coast and adjacent interior.

The rest of the country remains dry.


Minimum temperatures are expected to be cool to cold across most of the country, with cold conditions across the central interior.

Warm weather has been predicted for the northern border and parts of the East Coast.

Sutherland in the Northern Cape is expected to be one of the coldest places, dropping to 3°C.

Maximum temperatures remain cool for most of the south and the east, including the Highveld region.

Temperatures increase in the north, including the northern parts of the Northern Cape, parts of the Free State, the northern parts of Gauteng, and Mpumalanga. Hot weather is expected along the northern border and adjacent interior.

Musina and Mokopane in Limpopo are expected to be two of the hottest places, with an expected maximum temperature of 33°C.

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

Pretoria and Bloemfontein will reach a high of 27°C while Johannesburg will reach a high of 25°C.

Along the coast, Cape Town is expected to reach a high of 21°C, while Port Elizabeth is expected to hit 20°C. Durban is expected to reach a high of 22°C.

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