Thunderstorms, hail storms likely to hit four provinces

South African Weather Service (SAWS) warn some provinces of the country to look forward to a wet Easter weekend.

Weather Wednesday and Thursday

Apart from local, sometimes heavy rain, still on Wednesdays over parts of the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal, much of South Africa can expect a sunny, dry day, with daytime temperatures constantly recovering, after after a cloudy, cold and wet spell. weather earlier in the week.

On Thursday, an upper tank will begin to develop across the southwestern sector of South Africa, with remote light and thunder showers expected to be promoted across the Cape provinces.

The rest of the country is expected to remain dry, though a few showers or thunderstorms could be seen on South Africa’s Lowveld and Eswatini, the weather service said.

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Weekend weather from Friday to Monday

On Good Fridaythe upper tank is expected to rise further, resulting in the development of an extensive band of detached and scattered showers over much of the central interior.

As a result, the weather service has warned that thunderstorms are likely to return in the Northwest, Free State, East Cape and KwaZulu-Natal, as well as the risk of localized flooding and / or hail and strong wind events. destructive.

Saturday scattered to showers and widespread thunder continuing over the central provinces, spreading to include the eastern and northeastern provinces, where other significant falls could occur in places, particularly across the Northwest, Free State and Gauteng.

Sunday and Monday the rains will continue throughout the center and east of the country.

“The South African Weather Service recognizes the unusual designation of the low pressure that destroyed KwaZulu-Natal earlier this week, but it is not expected that this low pressure will have any further impact nationwide as he predicted his departure from the South. Africa, ”the weather service said.

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