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  • Light flurries possible over high peaks of Western Cape and isolated spots of N Cape, starting 25th Sept, Monday afternoon
Snow Forecast: Western Cape, 25-26 September 2017
Sep21

Snow Forecast: Western Cape, 25-26 September 2017

Good morning Snow Reporters! We have spotted a cold front making landfall in the Western Cape early next week. This cold front should bring some much needed rain but also a little snowfall on Monday, the 25th of September, beginning in the afternoon and likely extending into the early hours of Tuesday morning, and possibly even into Tuesday afternoon in the Western parts. The snow falls will be confined to the high peaks of Western...

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Snow Forecast Lesotho – Sunday 17 September
Sep15

Snow Forecast Lesotho – Sunday 17 September

This Sunday evening, the 17th of September, light flurries are possible over Eastern mountains of Lesotho at an elevation of over 3200 feet. We are not expecting anything very substantial but hopefully we still get to see a few snowy peaks in Lesotho this weekend! No further snow is expected but we will update you should anything develop. Support SnowReport SA and Shop online with our sponsor Cape Union Mart : SHOP...

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Updated Forecast- E Cape Tues, 22 August 017
Aug22

Updated Forecast- E Cape Tues, 22 August 017

We are seeing some additional snow this afternoon for the Eastern Cape. The peaks of the Kouga and Tsitsikamma range may experience some snow as the cold front moves east and by this evening Hogsback and the high lying areas between Graaf Reinet and Somerset East should receive a few flurries as well before the the cold front moves offshore. Book your snow holiday of a lifetime with SnowTravel! SnowTravel – Custom made packages...

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Snow Forecast : Tuesday 22nd August 2017
Aug20

Snow Forecast : Tuesday 22nd August 2017

Another cold front is on the way! This one will reach the Western Cape late on Monday night and bring snow to most of the high peaks in the Western Cape by Tuesday morning. A few areas in the Northern Cape could also see some snow on Tuesday morning before the front heads south and exits the country. Another front is also due to make landfall on Wednesday evening, but we will report on the second front...

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Sightseeing in The Snow – Travel Safe
Aug16

Sightseeing in The Snow – Travel Safe

Snow is fun and for most South Africans, an exciting novelty. Our delight may be short-lived however if we don’t take the necessary measures to ensure the well-being and safety of ourselves and our loved ones when visiting snowy regions. Here are a few ways you can make that trip to the snow as hassle-free as possible. Ensure Your Vehicle is Roadworthy: Very few of us can say we do a full vehicle check before every trip....

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Snow Forecast: Updated Forecast 16-18 August 2017
Aug15

Snow Forecast: Updated Forecast 16-18 August 2017

Looking at the charts today, the expected snow is still on track SnowReporters and we’re really looking forward to it! We are expecting our first snowfalls in the Western Cape late this evening, and by Wednesday morning, light snow should have fallen across all the high peaks in the Western Cape. By lunch time on Wednesday light falls will possibly fall in the Sutherland area of the Northern Cape, as well as extending into the Eastern...

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