Very cold, wet, snowy and windy conditions are expected. Snowfall is expected from the afternoon into the evening.
SAWS has issued yet another warning. This week, several provinces will not be spared from a cold front that will bring wet weather and SNOW.
The South African Weather Services said chilly conditions, including snow, are expected for parts of the country from Thursday to Sunday.
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The South African Weather Service has warned that the current cold front in most parts of the country is likely to extend to the weekend.
In the latest news in South Africa on Friday 23 July 2021, let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. SA experiences the coldest day of the year.
The South African Weather Service has warned that tonight will be the coldest night of the year, especially in inland parts of the country.
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The weather outside is frightful, but for snow lovers, it’s nothing short of delightful: The latest cold front has brought flurries to several towns and provinces!
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Good heavens, it’s another FREEZING week ahead for South Africa – and some regions are on course for major disruptions due to the snow forecast.
As predicted, snow is falling at the Matroosberg Private Nature Reserve on Monday afternoon and the whiteout is expected to continue.
A fair amount of the white stuff is set to fall over the next 48 hours, and SAWS has taken the unusual step of issuing a ‘Level 4 snow warning’ on Sunday.
With heavy rain already hammering the Western Cape, forecasters say more cold weather is set to bring with it snow later this week.
The cold front which is passing over South Africa has brought with it impressive snowfall in various parts of the country.
Snow seekers are making plans to head to the Drakensberg mountains following a generous dusting overnight on Tuesday.
Put it this way: A Level 5 snow warning is something of a collector’s item in South Africa – but a number of districts are now on high alert.
High-altitude ground in the Eastern Cape was turned into a winter wonderland by snowfall on Tuesday, 1 June.
The South African Weather Service said that the country must prepare for a week of very cold temperatures from Monday “well into the coming weekend.”
As a cold snap grips the country snow is expected to fall in Lesotho and on the peaks of the Drakensberg mountains this week.
Our neighbours are rejoicing on Friday, after snow blanketed vast patches of land in Lesotho: These scenes bode well for snow-chasers in South Africa, too.