PRETORIA-- The South African Weather Service has warned that a cold front moving over the country may cause heavy rain or localised flooding in some places on Wednesday.
The cold weather may also go hand-in-hand with snow falling over the southern and central parts of the Drakensberg, the eastern portion of the Great Escarpment, which encloses the central southern African plateau.
SAWS forecaster Stacy Colborne said Tuesday that they are expecting a 30 per cent chance of rain from Tuesday.
Tomorrow (Wednesday), you can expect an 80 per cent chance of showers and thunder showers over the eastern parts of KwaZulu-Natal (Province). We can have some scattered showers and thunder showers over the rest of KwaZulu-Natal," she said.
"We are expecting snow to fall over the southwestern high ground of KwaZulu-Natal. You can expect cold conditions over the province as well but the snow fall is is only over the south-westerly high ground of KwaZulu-Natal which included Giants Castle, Underburg, Kokstad even up to Van Reenen.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK