Your weather: Heavy rains expected to batter Eastern Cape coastal areas

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Rain is expected in certain parts of the country.
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Heavy rains are set to hit the southern coastal areas of the Eastern Cape on Monday, the South African Weather Service says.

Impact-based warnings

A. Yellow Level 2 Warning for disruptive rain leading to flooding of susceptible roads, low-lying areas and bridges, as well as damage to infrastructure, settlements and property along the southern coastal areas of the Eastern Cape, between Cape St Francis and Port St Johns.

Fire warnings

1. Extremely high fire conditions are expected over the southern Highveld of Mpumalanga.

The weather in your region

Gauteng will be partly cloudy and warm, but cool in the south.

The expected UVB sunburn index is extreme.

Mpumalanga will be fine, windy and cool, but warm to hot in the Lowveld. It will become partly cloudy on the Highveld from late morning, spreading to the Lowveld in the evening. Isolated afternoon thundershowers are possible over the extreme south-eastern Highveld.

It will be fine and warm in Limpopo, becoming partly cloudy in the extreme south-west.

The North West will be fine and cool, but warm in the east, where it will be partly cloudy.

It will be fine in the north of the Free State, otherwise partly cloudy and cool to cold with isolated showers and thundershowers along the Lesotho border, where it will be cloudy. It will be windy in places.

The Northern Cape will be partly cloudy in the south-east, otherwise fine and cool, but cold in the south. It will be windy over the eastern interior.

The wind along the coast will be moderate northerly, becoming moderate to fresh southerly to south-easterly, but strong in the evening.

In the Western Cape, it will be cloudy and cool with isolated showers along the eastern parts of the Garden Route in the early morning, otherwise partly cloudy, but fine in the north-western parts in the afternoon.

The wind along the coast will be light to moderate easterly to south-easterly, becoming fresh easterly to north-easterly in the afternoon, otherwise moderate to fresh northerly to north-westerly becoming fresh southerly from the mid-afternoon.

The expected UVB sunburn index is low.

The Eastern Cape will be partly cloudy and cool to cold with isolated showers and thundershowers, but scattered along the coast and adjacent interior, where it will be cloudy.

The wind along the coast will be light south-westerly at first, otherwise light to moderate south-easterly, becoming easterly by the late afternoon.

The eastern half of the province will be partly cloudy in the north, otherwise cloudy and cool to cold with isolated showers and thundershowers, but scattered south of the escarpment.

The wind along the coast will be moderate to fresh easterly to north-easterly in the morning, otherwise light to moderate south-westerly.

KwaZulu-Natal will be cool in the south-west, otherwise partly cloudy and warm, with isolated afternoon showers and thundershowers, but scattered along the coast.

The wind along the coast will be fresh to strong north-easterly, becoming fresh to strong south-westerly from the south towards afternoon.

The expected UVB sunburn index is low.

The temperature in your city.
The temperature in your city.

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