According to the South African Meteorological Service, it will be hot in some parts of the country on Saturday, with light rain expected in the Western Cape.

Weather in your area:

Gauteng it will be nice and warm. The expected UVB sunburn index is extreme.

It will be nice and warm Mpumalangabut it is hot to very hot on the Lowveld.

Good and warm weather will prevail Limpopobut it will be hot in the Limpopo Valley and parts of the Lowveld.

The Northwest it will be nice and warm.

It will be partly cloudy in the east A free state first, otherwise good and cool to warm.

The Northern Cape it will be cold in the far south-west, fine and cold but warm in the north-east.

Winds on the coast will be southerly to southeasterly light to moderate and fresh to strong elsewhere.

It will be partly cloudy in the south-west, cool Western Cape where a little rain is expected in the morning, otherwise it will be nice and cool.

The wind on the north-northwest coast is moderate to fresh, in the afternoon it will change to west-southwest.

The expected UVB sunburn index is moderate.

Western half of Eastern Cape in places in the south it will be partly cloudy, initially foggy in places, otherwise fine and cool.

The wind along the coast will be moderate to fresh from the west, increasing in the morning and decreasing by noon.

The eastern half of Eastern Cape in some places to the south of the slope, you can expect variable clouds, otherwise – fine and cool.

The wind on the south-western coast is moderate to fresh, intensifies in the afternoon south of the Mazepin Bay, and subsides in the evening.

KwaZulu-Natal it will be nice and warm, but in some places it will be hot in the north, partly cloudy in the afternoon.

The wind on the coast is north-east moderate, in the south – south-west moderate.

The expected UVB sunburn index is high.

Temperature on Saturday.

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