Capetonians may have already started to feel the drop in temperature as a cold front is expected to roll in over the end of the weekend.

The South African Weather Service has advised the City’s Disaster Risk Management Centre on an intense cold front expected Sunday night into Monday.

SAWS has said there is likely to be gale force winds and significant sea swells between Cape Columbine and Plettenberg Bay.

Heavy downpours will accompany this wind, which could result in localised flooding. All City services and external agencies will be on standby to deal with the predicted adverse weather conditions.

Residents are advised to contact the City’s Public Emergency Communication Centre on 021 4807700 for any weather-related emergencies.

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