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  • Snow possible over mountains in the WC, as well as parts of NC and EC, on Tuesday 22nd August 2017
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: 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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Western Cape Snow Forecast – 11 August 2017
Aug09

Western Cape Snow Forecast – 11 August 2017

There is a cold front arriving in the WC during the course of Thursday night. Some light snow is possible on the extreme high peaks during Friday. Some estimates at this stage are : Matroosberg 5cm, Cederberg 1cm, Groot Wellington Sneeukop 5cm and Sneeuberg (Cederberg) 2cm. Some of the other high peaks in the WC could also get light dustings. It is unlikely that there will be any low level snow at this stage, and all falls will be...

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Snow Forecast – 25 July, W Cape
Jul24

Snow Forecast – 25 July, W Cape

As mentioned yesterday, the cold front that is due to hit the WC tomorrow has veered south, and as such, we are expecting very little snow now. The front is still due to arrive before midday, with the first snowfalls possible almost immediately over the high peaks around Wellington. A maximum of 5cm is now expected over these peaks. There may also be a couple of flurries to the east over the Swartberg on Tuesday night. Tuesday night...

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Fri Updated Forecast: 15-17 July – W Cape, E Cape, N Cape, Lesotho, KZN
Jul14

Fri Updated Forecast: 15-17 July – W Cape, E Cape, N Cape, Lesotho, KZN

Our forecast for the cold front hitting our shores late Sat night (15 July) early hours of Sunday (16 July) morning remains true. Western Cape Mountains ranges will receive the first snow as well as the heaviest, with many high lying regions such as Matroosberg possibly getting 30cm of snow or more. As the cold front moves inland, it will likely bring snow to a few parts of the Northern Cape, specifically Sutherland and surrounds,...

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Updated Snow Forecast: 15-17 July – W Cape, N Cape, E Cape, Lesotho
Jul13

Updated Snow Forecast: 15-17 July – W Cape, N Cape, E Cape, Lesotho

The cold front and the snow still seem on track for late Saturday evening (15 July) into the early hours of Sunday morning (16 July). It appears that the falls over some of the Western Cape Mountains ranges might be a little heavier than predicted before, with many high lying regions such as Matroosberg possibly getting 30cm of snow or more. The cold front will move on bringing snow to a few parts of the Northern Cape, specifically...

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