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Cape Town - Winter bared its teeth with menace on Wednesday - with little respite until Saturday morning.
Chapman’s Peak Drive was closed at 5pm on Tuesday afternoon because of high winds, but opened this morning at 8am.
“But we’re monitoring it every half an hour,” said spokesman Al-Ameen Kafaar.
The Cape Town Weather Office at Cape Town International Airport reported 100 percent chance of rain on Wednesday, with 80 percent on Thursday - but mainly in the form of stop-start showers, and mainly on Thursday evening.
A total of 30mm was forecast for the traditionally wettest areas.
At sea south of Cape Point, wind squalls of up to 35 knots were predicted, with slightly lighter winds closer to the Peninsula.