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 Hogsback and Maclear but we are seeing the focus of this system bringing the majority of snow to the entire Drakensberg range – all the way from Tiffindell to Afriski in Lesotho.
Saturday morning, we may see snow in the areas of the Eastern Cape surrounding Tiffindell as the cold front pushes in over Lesotho. At the same time the snow should start falling over Sani pass and the Eastern Lesotho borders. The cumulative effect of falling snow over Saturday and Sunday could mean that the Drakensberg range experiences a decent amount of snow – over 10cm. Our SnowReport team are on their way to the area and will be reporting live from Lesotho and surrounds, so please keep an eye out for them!
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