Current weather conditions expected to clear up by lunch time
Garth Sampson, SA Weather Services Spokesman for the Eastern Cape, on Friday morning said the current weather conditions are expected to start clearing by lunch time.
This is after an intense frontal system moved through the Eastern Cape from Thursday afternoon - resulting in strong winds, rain and snowfall overnight.
Sampson on Thursday said that the outlook for the weekend is generally SUNNY.
Additional Weather reporting
"The latest long term forecast shows a strengthening El Nino signature," Sampson also said.
"This means that generally rainfall should be below the norm for the rest of the year, peaking in December. Thus, although receiving good rains this winter, the outlook for the summer season does not look promising."
Use water sparingly
"With less cloud, night temperatures will be cooler than the norm," Sampson said.
Below are the latest rainfall figures up to 08h00 Friday morning;
Blue Horizon Bay
PE Chatty Fire Station
St Albans Prison
Third Avenue Dip
Bedford (Kriegers Kraal)
NMMM Dams Catchment
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