Monday, June 28, 2021

Stormy Weather hits the Cape


Cold and Stormy Weather has been experienced by Capetonians since last night with Heavy showers continuing on Monday

On Saturday, citizens were warned that there were dangerous sea conditions along the Cape Coastline, especially along the Eastern Cape coast.

The South African Weather Service has said in Tweet that two cold fronts will be affecting the Western and Northern Cape from Monday with rain of between 40- 60 mm expected over the metropole

According to an advisory from the South African Weather Service.

The City’s Disaster Risk Management Centre is said to be on standby to deal with any incidents related to an expected frontal system.

Heavy rain leading to localized flooding, strong winds, cold temperatures and rough seas can be expected. In contrast, north-eastern provinces is expected to  have a mild to warm week

Strong winds are expected, followed by very cold conditions and rough seas

Motorists have been warned to be extra cautious when driving on the roads

Done by Lizeka Tsotetsi

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