Shorts and slops or an umbrella? Here’s what the weather holds for every province in South Africa on Tuesday, 13 June 2023.
Severe weather alerts
A. Yellow Level 2 Warning for Damaging Waves resulting in difficulty in navigation at sea expected between Saldanha Bay and Cape Agulhas.
B. Yellow Level 2 Warning for Damaging Winds and Waves resulting in difficulty in navigation at sea, as well localised disruption of ports/harbours for a period of time, with some vessels being at risk of taking on water and capsizing in a locality, expected between Cape Agulhas and Mazeppa Bay.
C. Yellow Level 1 Warning for Damaging Winds resulting in localised problems for high sided vehicles on prone routes (N1 Highway) over City of Cape Town and Overstrand of the Western Cape.
FIRE DANGER WARNINGS:
A series of cold fronts are expected to affect the Western and Northern Cape from Monday throughout the week. This will cause day time temperatures to drop significantly. Maximum temperatures may be below 10C in places over Namakwa district of the Northern Cape and interior of Western Cape and Eastern Cape throughout the week. General windy conditions will accompany the cold and wet weather.
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Conditions and UVB forecast
Temperature: Fine and cold.
The expected UVB Sunburn Index: Very High.
Temperature: Partly cloudy in the Lowveld at first, otherwise fine and cool but cold in the high-ground.
Temperature: Fine and cool to warm.
Temperature: Fine and cold to cool.
Temperature: Cloudy to partly cloudy and cold, becoming fine in the east by the afternoon
Temperature: Partly cloudy and cold to cool, but very cold in the south.
Wind: – The wind along the coast will be light to moderate north-westerly but fresh at times south of Kleinsee by mid-morning.
Temperature: Partly cloudy in the north-east, otherwise cloudy and cold to cool with isolated showers and rain in the west, but scattered in the extreme south-west.
Wind: The wind along the coast will be fresh to strong north-westerly reaching to gale force between Hermanus and in the Cape Agulhas by the afternoon.
The expected UVB Sunburn Index: Low.
The Western half: Cloudy and cool with isolated showers and rain along the coast and adjacent interior, otherwise, partly cloudy and cold, but cloudy and windy in places.
The Western half – Wind: The wind along the coast will be fresh to strong westerly, but moderate west of Oyster Bay at first.
The Eastern half: Fine in the east at first, otherwise partly cloudy cold to cool, becoming windy in the afternoon.
The Eastern half – Wind: The wind along the coast will be moderate to fresh westerly reaching strong in the south.
Temperature: Morning fog patches in places over the interior and rain in places along the coast in the early morning, otherwise partly cloudy and cool but warm in the north-east.
Wind: The wind along the coast will be moderate to fresh westerly to south-westerly becoming moderate easterly to north-easterly in the afternoon.
The expected UVB Sunburn Index: High.
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