Your weather: A cloudy start to Wednesday, with temperatures heating up across SA

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It will be a cloudy start to Wednesday, with temperatures heating up across the country, according the South African Weather Service.

The following impact-based warning has been issued:

Yellow level 1 warning for severe thunderstorms resulting in localised damages to property and localised disruption to livelihoods is expected over Amatole District Municipality (except Ngqushwa Local Municipality), Emalahleni Local Municipality (Lm), Enccobo Lm, Intsika Yethu Lm, Lukhanji Lm, and Sakhisizwa Lm.

Weather in your region:

In Gauteng, it will be partly cloudy and warm with isolated evening showers and thundershowers.

The expected UVB sunburn index is extreme.

Expected morning fog over the highveld of Mpumalanga, otherwise partly cloudy with isolated showers and thundershowers over the western highveld. It will be cool to warm but hot in places in the lowveld.

Limpopo will be partly cloudy and warm with isolated showers and thundershowers in the extreme south-west.

Conditions in the North West are expected to be partly cloudy and warm to hot, with isolated showers and thundershowers.

The Free State will be partly cloudy and warm to hot, with isolated showers and thundershowers.

It will be fine along the coast of the Northern Cape, otherwise partly cloudy and hot to very hot, with isolated showers and thundershowers in the east. It will be extremely hot in the extreme north-east.

The wind along the coast will be moderate to fresh southerly to south-easterly.

In the Western Cape, it will be cloudy in the west and south in the morning and the evening, otherwise partly cloudy and warm to hot, but cool along the coastal areas. It will be very hot over the Central Karoo where it will be extremely uncomfortable.

The wind along the coast will be moderate to fresh southerly to south-westerly.

The expected UVB sunburn index is extreme.

In the Eastern Cape. it will be fine and hot, but warm along the coast becoming partly cloudy with isolated afternoon thunderstorms, spreading to the coast.

The wind along the coast will be moderate south-westerly.

KwaZulu-Natal will experience morning fog patches over the interior, otherwise partly cloudy and warm but hot in places. Isolated afternoon showers and thundershowers are expected over the extreme south-western parts.

The wind along the coast will be moderate to fresh northerly to north-easterly.

The expected UVB sunburn index is extreme.



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