The weather forecast for July 10th
Last updated at 05:40 SAST
1. Heavy rain leading to flooding is expected over the
western and south western parts of the Western Cape
from the afternoon.
2. Extremely high fire danger conditions are expected
over the eastern interior of the Northern Cape, northern
interior of the Eastern Cape and western parts of the
North West as well as western and southern parts of the
Free State Province.
3. Disruptive snow expected over the western mountains of
the Western Cape and south western high ground of the
Northern Cape from the afternoon.
4. High seas with wave heights from 6 to 8m are expected between
Alexander Bay and Cape Point.
5. Strong to gale force NW winds are expected in places
over the interior of the Eastern Cape Province.
Western Half Of The Eastern Cape
Cool in the southwest, otherwise partly cloudy and warm with strong winds over the interior, becoming cloudy FROM THE WEST with ISOLATED showers in the afternoon. Light Snowfalls can be expected over the high mountains overnight.
The wind along the coast will be Light westerly early morning, otherwise light to moderate easterly.
Eastern Half Of The Eastern Cape
Partly cloudy and warm with strong winds in places over the interior.
The wind along the coast will be Light westerly, becoming moderate north easterly from mid-morning, but south westerly west of East London in the evening.
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Partly cloudy and cool. The expected UVB sunburn index: Low
Morning fog patches over the Highveld, otherwise fine and cool, but warm in the Lowveld, becoming partly cloudy from the afternoon.
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Partly cloudy and warm.
Partly cloudy in the east, otherwise fine and cool.
Partly cloudy and cool.
Fine in the north otherwise partly cloudy and cool but cloudy in the west and the south with isolated to scattered showers. It will be very cold over the south western high ground with possible disruptive snowfalls on the mountain from the afternoon.
The wind along the coast will be strong to gale northerly to north-westerly.
Cloudy and cold with isolated to scattered showers and rain, but widespread in the south west where heavy rain and possible localized flooding will be expected. Disruptive snow possible over the western mountains in the afternoon but light snowfalls in the eastern mountains by the evening.
The wind along the coast will be strong to gale force north-westerly but moderate to fresh northerly to north-easterly in the east.
The expected UVB sunburn index: Low
Fine and warm, but cool in the west.
The wind along the coast will be Moderate to Fresh north-easterly.
The expected UVB sunburn index: Moderate
Updated at 05:40 SAST