Don’t get too comfortable with the warm weather since Thursday, another cold front is approaching and will bring showers of rain with it when it makes landfall on Saturday. A satellite image shared by Storm Report SA shows a cold front taking shape around the Western Cape.
What a spectacular satellite image we have tonight! Another cold front heading towards the country this weekend.
Temperatures are expected to start rising from tomorrow.
Have a good evening!
More rainfall is predicted for Saturday, September 5, with a high of 14°C and a low of 11°C. Weather.com shows there is a 70% chance of rain, starting with steady falls in the morning and scattered showers continuing into the afternoon. South-easterly winds will blow at 25-40km/h.
According to forecaster Mike Berridge: “In the south-west we see the approach of a mid-latitude cyclone TROUGH “LK” containing a strong cold front “F7”. There is a weaker PRE-FRONT “Fp7” which will maintain cool conditions along the Cape west coast. In the southern Cape coastal regions, the trough will enforce a hot berg wind situation in the north-eastern corner of the trough. The hot zone is marked with orange shading and red wind arrows.