Get your brollies out and find your raincoat. It’s going to be a wet start to the week, according to the SA Weather Service (Saws).
The weather office warned on Sunday of widespread disruptive rain over a wide swathe of KwaZulu-Natal on Monday and Tuesday.
Saws said this is caused by a surface high extending its ridge along the KZN coast on Monday and Tuesday, accompanied by a weak upper air trough. As a result widespread (80%) showers and thundershowers are expected over the southern parts of KZN otherwise scattered (60%).