Cape Town: High seas with massive swells will continue to thrill South African surfers as the SA Weather Service has again warned of high seas with wave heights of six to nine metres high expected between Table Bay and Cape Agulhas, spreading to Plettenberg Bay on Tuesday, 26 April.
No rain has been forecast in the Northern Cape, Western Cape and Limpopo, although the central and northern parts of the Eastern Cape, the North West province, Gauteng, Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal can expect rainfall of 30% on Tuesday.
Cloudy conditions can be expected over the northern and eastern coastal areas, up to Plettenberg Bay in the Western Cape. Elsewhere, in the Northern Cape and Western Cape, conditions will be sunny, but cool to warm.
The hottest place in the country on Tuesday will be Musina in Limpopo, reaching a high of 33°C. Sutherland will reach freezing point on Monday night, only rising to a high of 20°C on Tuesday. Pretoria in Gauteng can expect a maximum temperature of 29°C, Bloemfontein in the Free State will be 26°C.Along the coasts, Cape Town can expect a high of only 20°C, while Port Elizabeth will be 21°C and Durban 22°C.
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#CapeStorm Claremont roads under water and pavements being eroded. Fun for us but not residents pic.twitter.com/BqDP7pC1XQ— Jenny P (@jencapetown) April 22, 2016
#CapeStorm Claremont roads under water and pavements being eroded. Fun for us but not residents pic.twitter.com/BqDP7pC1XQ
RT @Artii_M: Some of the roads filled-up with water as #CapeStorm continues pic.twitter.com/sco93WszUq— eNCA (@eNCA) April 22, 2016
RT @Artii_M: Some of the roads filled-up with water as #CapeStorm continues pic.twitter.com/sco93WszUq