You know what they say: don’t be silly, wrap your…self up and be warm!
A massive cold front is hitting the Cape this weekend and, while things aren’t going to be nearly as “extreme” as last time, it’s definitely going to be a whole lot colder.
Here’s the lowdown from EWN:
The weather service says that rain and showers are possible over the south-western parts of the Western Cape from Saturday afternoon, which is expected to spread to the remainder of the Western Cape and the western and southern parts of the Northern Cape on Sunday.
“Rain and showers will be expected over the Eastern Cape by Sunday afternoon. Significant rainfall is expected over the south-western parts of the Western Cape during Sunday morning which may result in localised flooding in places in the Cape Metropole, Overberg and Cape Wineland Districts,” the weather service says in a statement.
A sprinkling of snow is even expected on high-lying areas, like Table Mountain. Exciting, ne?
Once again, residents are warned to keep indoors while the storm passes overhead.
Here’s a look at the “expected” hour-by-hour play for Saturday and Sunday:
Do try keep your Saturday night plans extremely localised (like your bed) and, if you need more weather updates in the form of graphs and webcams, you can always check out the list of fun and interesting weather sites here.
Have a lekker weekend otherwise.