Cold front expected this week
The South African Weather Service has warned South Africans of the cold front expected to hit this week.
Forecaster Jan Vermeulen told News24, the cold front is said to hit the Western Cape on Tuesday with expected rainfall.
On Wednesday the province will expect stormy weather, with a snow forecast to hit mountain ranges in Ceres, Stellenbosch, Montague and Swellendam.
The cold front will then move to the Eastern Cape and the Northern Cape on Wednesday with gale force winds expected in the Eastern Cape interior.
According to Snow Report, 10cm of snow is expected in the Western Cape mountain ranges. Snow will also be expected in the Eastern Cape and the southern and central Lesotho on Thursday evening.
The South African Weather Service has warned that there will be strong weather conditions in certain parts of South Africa.
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