The Met Office in Cape Town has issued two weather warnings ahead of a cold front that will hit the Mother City.

Senior forecaster Elani Heineke says marine navigation will be hampered this weekend by damaging waves and winds from Saldanya Bay to Plettenberg Bay.

Heinecke says the other weather watch is for cold, wet and windy conditions in the interior of the Western Cape until Monday…

“This is now associated with a cold front that is expected to make landfall this afternoon, bringing – with a 60% chance – of showers and rain over southwestern parts of the Western Cape and the rest of the province. we expect a 30% chance of isolated showers and rain, we expect these showers and rain to continue into Sunday morning, particularly along our southern coast where we expect a 60% chance.”

SA Weather | August 13, 2022 | #SABCWeather

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