• The bountiful downpour over the past two days has already had positive effects on the dam levels as they continue to rise, reaching 66.7% as of today.

    Two more days of rain are still on the cards for Cape Town, and locals are keeping fingers crossed that the rainfall will usher water storage into 70% capacity, a level not reached from nearly two years now.

    The next two days are also expected to be chilly ones while a cold front moves over the continent, windy conditions are also in the forecast till Friday evening.

    After Friday the weather will clear up and offer perfect weekend conditions for being active and going out. Rain is only expected to return to the Cape again from next week Wednesday.

     

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