Fiery February? According to the Cape Town Weather Office, parts of the Western Cape could experience even hotter days in February…
A technicality has prevented Cape Town from claiming a new temperature record – but long-standing values tumbled elsewhere…
The stifling heatwave in the Western Cape has left a litany of temperature records in its wake, as more all-time highs were set on Sunday.
It’s absolutely BOILING in Cape Town. Muizenberg beach was completely packed when shark spotters had to clear the beach earlier.
Cape Town residents may have just experienced the hottest temperature on record for the city yesterday, due to the hectic heatwave.
We’ve seen the latest weather maps for Saturday – and the Western Cape is now likely to record the hottest temperature on the planet!
Keep calm and follow these simple steps to make sure you and your family members are safe and cool during Western Cape’s heatwave!
The Western Cape is set to FRY – almost literally – this weekend with scorching-hot temperatures forecast for the coming days.
Blimey, it’s just getting hotter and hotter in the Cape provinces – and at least a dozen districts are now facing an extreme heat warning.
The extreme heat continues to terrorise the Western Cape – and it’s taking no prisoners in the next few days, either.
It is still scorching hot in Cape Town and parts of the Western Cape. Firefighters have now issued a warning over suspicious fires.
Almost every country on Earth could experience extremely hot years every other year by 2030, according to new research Thursday highlighting the outsized contribution of emissions from the world’s major polluters.
The eThekwini Municipality said power outages caused by the high temperatures and sub-station explosions are affecting parts of the city.
Extremely high temperatures expected in parts of SA on Thursday, with some provinces such as KwaZulu-Natal expected to reach over 40º.
Winds whipped up a flash fire that subsumed the grounds of an Aegean coast power plant in Turkey storing thousands of tonnes of coal.
A mother bear and her cubs took a dip in a backyard pool as Canada broke its temperature record for a third straight day with 49.6C.
Things are going to get worse before they get better during this heatwave, and the mercury is set to rise even further for most provinces on Monday.
The SAWS warns of a heat wave that will last from Sunday 18 October 2020 through to Tuesday 20 October 2020.
The summer sizzler currently scorching the south-west is set to intensify on Thursday. Here’s the Cape Town weather forecast for 16 January.
The heatwave is here and these are the provinces that have been impacted by extremely hot weather conditions.