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Two cold fronts have hit SA at the same time, bringing the chill. Wind, rain, and SNOW are predicted for this week, so keep your pets indoors, and make sure you dress in layers…

For those wanting to chase the snow, here are some stunning pics from around the country that have been sent to SnowReportSA. The images show snow on the mountains this past weekend, and some more recent falls. According to predictions, heavier snowfalls are expected later this week and into the weekend. Watch the SnowReportSA updates to get the latest news on where to build snow men this weekend.

Intense cold front

An intense cold front is expected over the Western and Northern Cape provinces spreading to the Eastern Cape and Free State on Tuesday night into Wednesday.

Heavy rainfall leading to localised flooding can be expected over the Cape Winelands and the western parts of the Overberg from Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday.

High seas with wave heights of 6,0 to 7,0m between Cape Columbine and Port Alfred from Tuesday night into Wednesday.

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Disruptive snowfalls

Disruptive snowfall is expected over the high ground of the Western Cape, south-western and southern parts of the Northern Cape on Tuesday into Wednesday.

According to SnowReportSA, the snowfalls are expected to start on Tuesday, with up to 20cm of snow expected! The snow will fall on the high peaks of the Western Cape, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape, Free State, and Lesotho.

Take a look at the map below for areas in which heavy snowfalls are expected:

SNOW PICS:

(Images shared with permission from SnowReportSA)


(Images shared with permission from SnowReportSA)

 

(Images shared with permission from SnowReportSA)

(Images shared with permission from SnowReportSA)

 


SnowReportSA’s forecasts are based on a combination of a wide range of data that is monitored over a few weeks, as well as extensive experience of snowfalls in many different parts of the country. Forecast information and map published with permission from SnowReportSA.