SAWS says the Eastern Cape will see severe thunderstorms. Eskoms said the bad weather has left 49 000 customers with disrupted electricity.
Severe thunderstorms are expected yet again over the eastern provinces with the yellow weather warning issued.
Several warnings for more severe thunderstorms with a combination of hail, strong winds, and excessive lightning were issued.
Where has this come from? An intense barrage of thunderstorms, hail, and rain is due to hit a majority of SA provinces on Thursday.
A severe thunderstorm at short notice, you say? SAWS has issued Gauteng with a yellow ‘Level 2 weather warning’ for Thursday evening.
The SA weather service issued alerts for the possibility of heavy rainfall and localised flooding in Gauteng on 25 March 2021.
The SA weather service issued alerts for severe storms, heavy rainfall and large amounts of small hail in Johannesburg on 26 February 2021.
The SA weather service issued alerts for storms leading to hail and localised flooding across four provinces in South Africa on 28 November.
The SA weather service issued alerts for storms leading to hail and localised flooding in Johannesburg on 27 November 2020.
It’s going to be a miserable Tuesday for many provinces in SA, after Yellow L2 weather warnings painted a grim picture for Gauteng and its neighbours.
The SA weather service issued alerts for storms leading to hail and localised flooding across five provinces on 11 November 2020.
A “large storm is sweeping southern Gauteng, moving towards Johannesburg”. Here’s what we know.
A man and woman, both in their 30s, died after being struck by lightning in separate incidents
The South African Weather Service issued several alerts for severe thunderstorms leading to hail and localised flooding in Johannesburg on Monday, 5 October 2020.
The South African Weather Service has warned of low level flooding in parts of Johannesburg
“This storm will usher in periods of rain and thunderstorms that could be heavy in the northern half of Egypt on Thursday,” said AccuWeather Meteorologist Rob Richards.
From thunderstorms and flooding in Gauteng and North West, to heavy downpours and strong winds in Free State and KwaZulu-Natal, here’s what you need to know.
The South African Weather Service issued several alerts for severe thunderstorms leading to hail and localised flooding heading towards Johannesburg on Friday 28 February 2020.
Weather data also revealed that the harsh weather will likely make its way south-east towards Phatsima towards the evening, at around 21:00.
Severe thunderstorms return to KwaZulu-Natal on Wednesday afternoon.
Employers have also been instructed to release workers early and allow people to work from home.
Wet weather will bring forth raging thunderstorms in some parts of Limpopo, on Wednesday.
Batten down the hatches. From Durban down to Port Shepstone, the KZN weather on Wednesday comes with a number of warnings and advisories.
Limpopo, Gauteng, Kwa-Zulu Natal and Mpumalanga are expected to experience thunderstorms.
Six provinces are set for thunder, and the remaining three are getting some form of downpour. Here’s what you need to know about Election Day weather.