Gauteng’s coldest day in four years? We don’t know yet, says forecaster

Freezing temperatures in most of the country will continue until Friday, with heavy rain in some parts.
Gauteng’s coldest day in four years? We don’t know yet, says forecaster

The South African Weather Service on Wednesday cautioned that frosty temperatures in numerous pieces of the nation would proceed with all week.

Another virus front was on the cards yet would for the most part influence the waterfront zones in KwaZulu-Natal, Western Cape and move towards the Eastern Cape at the end of the week.

“The climate we are encountering, particularly in the eastern parts, is relied upon to proceed for the remainder of today and tomorrow, with the goal that implies we can anticipate downpour and showers over the North West, Gauteng, Mpumalanga, KwaZulu-Natal, the Free State and southern pieces of Limpopo,” said forecaster Edward Engelbrecht.

He said the conditions had brought about snowfall over the northern Drakensberg and high-lying regions of Mpumalanga.

Temperatures in numerous pieces of the nation were relied upon to stay in the low 10s, while a slight improvement into the mid-10s was required to kick in on Thursday.

The administration couldn’t remark on reports that Tuesday had been the coldest day in over four years.

“Shockingly, we can’t remark on the coldest day right now, since we are as yet trusting that our atmosphere division will give us complete information on that. We will convey something quickly, as soon it’s affirmed,” said Engelbrecht.

While the weather system was expected to leave the country on Friday, with temperatures set to improve, some areas remained at risk.

“We also have a watch out for heavy rainfall over the north coast of KZN and that may lead to localised flooding today and tomorrow morning,” said Engelbrecht.

High-lying areas of KwaZulu-Natal and Mpumalanga faced the possibility of freezing rain, which would result in dangerous driving conditions.

Drivers were urged to exercise caution. “For the north coast of KwaZulu-Natal, there may be localised flooding, so drivers and pedestrians should exercise extra caution when crossing low-lying bridges,” he said.

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