/Your Wednesday weather: Heavy rain over the country, flooding for the Eastern Cape

Your Wednesday weather: Heavy rain over the country, flooding for the Eastern Cape

Heavy rain is set to batter most parts of the country on
Wednesday, the
South African Weather Service says

Warnings:

Heavy rain leading to localised
flooding is expected along the Wild Coast and adjacent interior in the Eastern
Cape. 

The
weather in your region: 

Gauteng will
be partly cloudy and cool with morning fog patches, becoming fine from late
afternoon.

The expected UVB sunburn index
is moderate.

Mpumalanga will
be partly cloudy and cool to warm with isolated thundershowers, but scattered
in the east, clearing from the afternoon.

As for Limpopo, it will be
cloudy and warm, but hot on the Lowveld with isolated thundershowers.

The North West will
have morning fog patches over the central and eastern parts, otherwise partly
cloudy and cool, but warm in the north-east, becoming fine in the afternoon.

There will be morning fog
patches over the central parts of the Free State, otherwise partly cloudy and
cool.

The Northern Cape will
be cool in the south, otherwise fine and warm. Morning fog patches can be
expected along the coast. The wind along the coast will be light to moderate
southerly to south-easterly.

TheWestern
Cape
 will have morning and evening fog in places along the west
coast, otherwise fine to partly cloudy and warm, but cool in places in the
south-west and along the south coast.

The wind along the coast will
be light northerly to north-westerly along the south coast at first, otherwise
south-easterly becoming southerly to south-westerly along the entire coastline
from the afternoon.

It will become light to
moderate north-westerly along the south-west and south coast from the evening.

The expected UVB sunburn index
is high.

The western half of the Eastern Cape will
be cloudy with isolated showers along the coast east of Cape St Francis and
adjacent interior, otherwise partly cloudy and cool.

The wind along the coast will
be light to moderate westerly.

The eastern half of the Eastern
Cape will be cloudy and cool with isolated to scattered showers and
thundershowers, but widespread along the coast and adjacent interior. The wind
along the coast will be moderate to fresh south-westerly.

There will be morning fog over
the interior, otherwise it will be cloudy and cool, but cold in the south-west
of KwaZulu-Natal.
Isolated showers and thundershowers are expected, but scattered in the
north-east. The wind along the coast will be moderate southerly to
south-westerly.

The expected UVB sunburn index
is moderate. 

 

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– Compiled by Kerushun Pillay

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