The Mother City is in for another wet week, with more rain predicted for Monday, Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday. As always, these showers are much welcomed by Cape Town residents.
Rainfall is also predicted for Monday August 5 and Tuesday August 6.
According to South African Weather Service (SAWS), heavy rain is on the cards for tomorrow evening. SAWS has also issued a weather warning for flooding in the Cape Metropole, Cape Winelands and the Overberg District from Monday until Tuesday.
#UPDATE : Another #coldfront is expected to hit the Western Cape on Monday night into Tuesday (30 July 2019). Heavy #rain and strong to gale force #winds are expected in places. Light snowfall is possible over western mountains of WC and southern mountains of NC. pic.twitter.com/U6tl7N1y29
— SA Weather Service (@SAWeatherServic) July 27, 2019
Currently the Berg River and Steenbras Upper dams are over 100% full, while the province’s overall water storage level sits at 70% of storage capacity.
Read: Two Cape dams over 100% full.
While the City welcomes the much-needed downpour, winter is not an easy time for those without a warm bed to retreat to. If you would like to help someone have a warm, dry place to sleep, then check out the Haven Night Shelter’s Buy A Bed initiative, where you can ‘buy’ a bed for a homeless person for five nights, for just R60.