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  • Updated Monday 24 April 2017 @ 8h08
  • No snow expected for the week ahead
SA Snow Forecast 16-19 September 2016
Sep14

SA Snow Forecast 16-19 September 2016

The front is getting closer, and still due to make landfall tomorrow night (Thursday 15th). Snow is expected to fall almost immediately over all mountains in the west of the Western Cape, as well as areas of the Northern Cape as indicated on the map. This will continue through the day in the Western Cape whilst moving eastwards and bringing snow to the more easterly mountain ranges of the Western Cape. No big dumps are expected, with...

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Snow Forecast : 13th September 2016 (KZN Drakensberg, Eastern Lesotho)
Sep13

Snow Forecast : 13th September 2016 (KZN Drakensberg, Eastern Lesotho)

We are expecting snow today, from this morning through to late evening on a few areas of the KZN Drakensberg (eastern Lesotho) indicated on the map, and maybe a touch on the Malutis around the Afriski Mountain Resort area. Giants Castle could get up to 5cm, Mafadi up to 10cm, Njesuthi 5cm+ and Thabana Ntlenyana 10cm+. This is ahead of the next cold front that is due to make landfall in the WC late on Thursday, which is likely to bring...

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SA Snow Forecast 16-19 September 2016
Sep12

SA Snow Forecast 16-19 September 2016

The next cold front is on it’s way to the Western Cape, due to make landfall late Thursday night into early Friday morning when we should see the first bit of snow (16th September 2016). The Western Cape ranges are likely to experience snow from the Cederberg right down to Franschhoek by Friday at sunrise (WC). Parts of the Northern Cape, including Sutherland and Calvinia could also experience a few flurries Friday morning. More...

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Snow Forecast (advanced) : 16 – 18th September 2016
Sep11

Snow Forecast (advanced) : 16 – 18th September 2016

We are starting to see some consistency in the next cold front that is approaching the WC, due to make landfall late on Thursday night or early on Friday morning. Whilst there is still a lot of time between now and then, and things might change, this is what we are seeing at the moment….. widespread snow on all mountain ranges from the Cederberg right down to Franschhoek by Friday at sunrise (WC). More light snow expected...

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Snow Forecast: Possible Snow Over W Cape Mountains – 9 September 2016
Sep08

Snow Forecast: Possible Snow Over W Cape Mountains – 9 September 2016

We are seeing a possibility of light snow flurries over a few high mountain peaks in the Western Cape, specifically Matroosberg and possibly parts of the Cedarberg for Thursday night into the early hours of Friday morning. If the snow does fall it will most likely be very light and unlikely to settle significantly. Some intermittent rain can also be...

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Updated Forecast 21-22 August 2016
Aug20

Updated Forecast 21-22 August 2016

Sorry SnowReporters, the snow we expected for KZN midlands on Monday is no longer visible on the forecast maps. It appears as if the cold front will dissipate significantly before reaching the eastern parts of the country. We are still expecting the cold front to make landfall in the Cape tomorrow morning, bringing with it some snow over the mountains and possibly some lower lying regions of the Western Cape. The snow should continue...

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