It was STILL SNOWING in parts of South Africa on Sunday.
Snowfall was confirmed on Sunday on the peaks of the mountains in Barley East as well as in Lesotho.
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This comes after the South African Weather Service (SAWS) issued a level 2 warning for severe thunderstorms and hail in parts of KwaZulu-Natal on Saturday evening.
“Localised damage to vehicles and structural damage due to hail was expected as well as localised damage to infrastructure.”
Snow was expected to continue until Saturday evening, while the cold front will make its way down the south coast by Saturday evening.
The South African Weather Service (SAWS), said the cold front that made landfall in the Western Cape on Friday would start moving along the South Coast on Saturday afternoon.
Light snowfall was expected over the following areas:
The relief of NO load shedding did not last long as load REDUCTIONS has now replaced it. Load reductions will AGAIN be implemented for most of South Africa on SATURDAY evening. This is now the fourth consecutive night in a row in which Eskom had to implement load reductions.