Eastern Cape may experience flash flooding
The Eastern Cape can expect flash floods due to heavy rainfall over the next two days, Weather South Africa reported on Monday.
Forecaster, Madimetja Thema said that heavy rain is expected in the Eastern Cape by Tuesday evening while a weather watch was also released for potential flash floods in Gauteng on Monday evening as well as Tuesday morning.
“Heavy falls leading to flash flooding are possible in the Free State, North West province, and the Western Cape for today,” Thema said.
“It is expected to let up by Tuesday evening.”
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