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 Sutherland and surrounds, Fraserburg and a little for Calvinia too. We may even see a few flurries in parts of the Karoo. As Sunday progresses we should also see some snow Sunday afternoon and night into the early hours of Monday morning over large parts of the Eastern Cape including Graaff Reinet, Hogsback, Dordrecht, Barkly East, Lady Grey, Rhodes and more. Lesotho Drakensberg and surrounding areas will receive snow but it looks as if the cold front will start to lose steam at this point and may not make it all the way into central Lesotho and to Sani Pass unfortunately.
Right now we are not seeing any snow for KZN other than a little over Kokstad and Matatiele. We will continue to keep you updated SnowReporters.