Thursday has kicked off with a bang, to say the least. Heavy rainfall is currently playing out, with intermittent bursts forecast throughout the day. The weather warning for today is one of flooding in certain areas and also one of caution for those on the roads.
Here’s a list of impact-based warnings, released by South African Weather Service.
- A yellow level 2 warning for rain resulting in localised flooding is expected over the Cape Metropole, western parts of both the Cape Winelands and Overberg Districts on Thursday into Friday.
- A yellow level 2 warning for wind resulting in damage to settlements is expected over the southern high ground of the Northern Cape, the Central and the Little Karoo of the Western Cape on Thursday but along the coastal areas between Lamberts Bay and Cape Agulhas from Wednesday evening spreading to Plettenberg Bay on Thursday afternoon.
- A yellow 2 level warning for waves resulting in small vessels being at risk of capsizing is expected between Cape Columbine and Plettenberg Bay from Thursday afternoon into Friday.