Capetonians to expect a sunny weekend
By Yamkela Xhaso
The skies above the Western Cape are finally busy clearing, after the province had been battered by heavy rainfall and gale-force winds that left a trail of destruction.
Winds blew off rooftops and flooded roads cut off rural towns.
A resort in Montagu had to be evacuated after six of its chalets were washed away.
Meteorologist from South African Weather Service Lynette Van Schalkwyk says that the low pressure system has that has moved does not pose a danger to the South Coast anymore.
“The system has now moved to the east and there is still some light rain today occurring on the Southern Coastal areas but that is going today this evening” said Van Schalkwyk
Van Schalkwyk added that as for the weekend no rain is expected and the temperatures are going to rise.
She says next week there will be a small chance of rain during the course of early hours of Tuesday morning for the south Coast but no great amount is expected.