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Most of South Africa will experience hot weather conditions in the mid to high 30s today.

Extremely high fire danger conditions expected over the central and eastern parts of the Northern Cape, Free State, North West, Gauteng, south-western parts of Limpopo, the Highveld of Mpumalanga and the western interior of KwaZulu-Natal, as well as the northern interior of the Eastern Cape.

Severe thundershowers are possible over the southern KwaZulu-Natal. Strong W to NW winds (50 to 60km/h) are expected over the Central and Little Karoo District in the Western Cape, and over the Karoo Hoogland municipality in the Northern Cape on Friday; as well as over the interior of the Eastern Cape.

1. Gauteng:

Fine and warm but hot in the north, becoming partly cloudy from the afternoon.

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The expected UVB sunburn index: Very High

2. Mpumalanga:

Fine and warm but hot in the Lowveld. It will become partly cloudy in the south-west.

3. Limpopo:

Fine and warm to hot, becoming partly cloudy in the south-west.

4. North-West Province:

Partly cloudy and hot with isolated thundershowers in the south.

5. Free State:

Partly cloudy and warm with isolated thundershowers, except in the west.

6. Northern Cape:

Morning fog along the coast, otherwise partly cloudy and cool to cold with rain over the southern parts in the evening.

The wind along the coast will be light to moderate north- westerly to westerly.

7. Western Cape:

Morning fog along the eastern parts of the south coast, otherwise cloudy and cold to cool. Rain and showers can be expected along the south-western parts in the morning spreading to the central and southern parts in the afternoon.

The wind along the coast will be fresh north-westerly to westerly at first, otherwise strong and reaching near-gale force between Cape Hangklip and Cape Agulhas. It will become strong south- westerly in the late afternoon.

The expected UVB sunburn index: Moderate

8. Western Half Of The Eastern Cape:

Fine and warm with morning fog along the coast between Plettenberg Bay and East London. It will become cloudy with showers in the in the south-west.

The wind along the coast will be fresh to strong south-westerly.

9. Eastern Half Of The Eastern Cape:

Morning fog along the coast west of Kei River, otherwise partly cloudy and warm with isolated thundershowers.

The wind along the coast will be fresh to strong south-westerly.

10. Kwazulu-Natal:

Partly cloudy and warm with isolated thundershowers.

The wind along the coast will be moderate to fresh north-easterly, becoming south-westerly from the south.

The expected UVB sunburn index: Extreme

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