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Updated Forecast: 13-15 July 2018
Jul13

Updated Forecast: 13-15 July 2018

The cold front has arrived and although we are certain that some peaks of the Western Cape have already received snow, the clouds have not lifted enough to reveal anything yet. Please let us know if you spot any snow! There is a chance of light flurries still falling over the mountains surrounding Worcester before the cold front moves eastward. By tomorrow isolated parts of the Eastern Cape may experience a little snow, including...

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Updated Forecast: 12-15 July 2018
Jul12

Updated Forecast: 12-15 July 2018

The frontal system is already impacting the western parts of the western cape, but we have seen a southerly shift of the system over the last 24 hours which is going to have an impact on snow depths and areas. The updated forecast is as follows : Western Cape mountain peaks will receive some snow today and this evening. Although large parts of the Eastern Cape should experience some rain, we are not seeing snow for many of these...

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Updated Forecast: 12-15 July 2018
Jul11

Updated Forecast: 12-15 July 2018

We have seen a significant weakening of the frontal system over the last 24 hours. It is however still due to make landfall in the Western Cape on Thursday morning, and we are still expecting light snowfalls over the Western Cape peaks during Thursday. Our focus has shifted to the effects that this system is likely to have on the Eastern Cape Drakensberg areas, Lesotho and the KZN Drakensberg on Saturday morning and through the...

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Updated Forecast: 12-14 July 2018
Jul10

Updated Forecast: 12-14 July 2018

This Thursday morning a strong frontal system will make landfall in the Western Cape, and by lunchtime Thursday, we expect snow to be falling over all the high peaks in the South Western Cape again. We are however not predicting as much as last week’s falls. Matroosberg, the Hexriver Mountains and the Cedarberg are expected to receive light snowfalls. A bit further south, the Sneeukop at Wellington could get a bit more, between 10cm...

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Snow Forecast: 12-14 July 2018
Jul09

Snow Forecast: 12-14 July 2018

  A strong frontal system is due to make landfall in the Western Cape on Thursday morning, and by lunchtime on Thursday, we expect snow to be falling over all the high peaks in the South Western Cape again. It is not going to be as big as last weeks falls, with expected snow on the Matroosbreg Peak around 5cm to 7cm and 6cm to 8cm on the Cederberg. A bit further south, the Sneeukop at Wellington could get a bit more, between 18cm...

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Snow Forecast : 9th July 2018 : Lesotho
Jul09

Snow Forecast : 9th July 2018 : Lesotho

We are expecting light snow falls over the high peaks in the Drakensberg on the Lesotho side this afternoon and evening. A light dusting is also possible near AfriSki in the Maluti Mountains as well as in central Lesotho. All falls are expected to be between 1cm and 3cm, and no low level snow is expected. Please follow and like...

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