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  • Some snow possible for the W Cape and E Cape on Friday. KZN and Lesotho Snow possible for Friday night and Saturday. Read the full forecast below.
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Updated Snow Forecast
Jul01

Updated Snow Forecast

The cold front has arrived in the Western Cape this morning. We expect that the first flakes of snow will fall late this afternoon on the extreme high peaks, and by tomorrow morning (Monday), there will be widespread snow across all the mountain ranges of the Western Cape, with some heavy falls in places. Snow seems possible for any place with an altitude of 1,200m or more. Our forecast for snow on Table Mountain is also still...

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Snow Forecast 2nd/3rd June 2018
Jun02

Snow Forecast 2nd/3rd June 2018

Light snow is possible tonight and during the early hours of tomorrow morning over the high peaks in the Western Cape. Starting first over the high peaks around Ceres, and moving east over the high peaks of the Groot Swartberg during the early hours of the morning. Only a few centimeters seem possible at this stage. Please follow and like...

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Snow Report : 3rd May 2018 : Lesotho
May03

Snow Report : 3rd May 2018 : Lesotho

We have a light dusting of snow at AfriSki in Lesotho this morning. We also have snow on the high peaks around Sani Pass this morning. Please follow and like...

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Snow Forecast : 9/10 October 2017
Oct08

Snow Forecast : 9/10 October 2017

We are expecting more snow in the week ahead!! Tomorrow (Monday 9th Oct), we could see a few flurries around midday in the western parts of the Eastern Cape as shown on the map, and by Monday evening, falls should start in the Eastern Cape Drakensberg areas, and on the high ground around Hogsback. Through Monday night and into Tuesday morning, we will see snow falls continuing in the Eastern Cape Drakensberg areas, whilst the snow...

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EC and Lesotho Snow forecast 4th – 5th October 2017
Oct04

EC and Lesotho Snow forecast 4th – 5th October 2017

We expect that all snow in the Western Cape has now stopped, and hopefully when the clouds lift later, we will get some visuals. As the front moves further east, and meets some moist tropical air, we could see some flurries in the greater Amatole region (Hogsback) during the night tonight, but we are not expecting much to settle, if anything. The Eastern Cape Drakensberg area could get some snow settling during the early hours of...

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