Good falls recorded across Eastern Cape - Mandela Bay dams fall to 85%
The dry eastern parts of the Eastern Cape as well as several other parts of the province received some good rains on Monday, data released by the SA Weather Services shows.
"Some nice falls were recorded over the dry eastern half of the province," said Garth Sampson, Client Liaison Officer for the Eastern Cape at the South African Weather Service office in Port Elizabeth.
"Elsewhere, falls were generally under 50 mm."
However, Sampson warned; "Note the latest dam level readings for the Nelson Mandela Metro are at 85%. Use water sparingly."
Overnight rain measured 08h00 08/03/2016
- Airport 26 mm
- Flowe Reserve 30 mm
- Blue Horizon Bay 30 mm
- Riverstoe 21 mm
- 3rd Ave Di 24 mm
- Coega 19 mm
- Uitenhage 22 mm
- East London 46 mm
- Mthatha 23 mm
- Plettenberg Bay 25 mm
- George 13 mm
- Mossel Bay 8 mm
- Patensie 17mm
- Port Alfred 19 mm
- Cradock 11 mm
- Fy Beaufort 66 mm
- Bisho 50 mm
- Addo 21 mm
- Queenstown 55 mm
- Somerset East 20 mm
- Dohne 56 mm
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