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Cape Town - Another cold front is expected to reach the Mother City by Thursday night, says the South African Weather Service.
“A fairly strong cold front is expected to make landfall in the evening and then should spread into the interior of the Western Cape,” said Kate Turner, forecaster at the South African Weather Service.
The cold front should extend to Alexander Bay and the Northern Cape. Gale-force winds are expected on Thursday night and seas above 6m are predicted for Friday.
Light snowfalls are expected in the western parts of the Western Cape. Table Mountain should remain snow-free, said Turner. Rain is predicted for Friday but should clear up by Saturday afternoon.
High pressure behind the cold front will mean warm dry air from the interior will move off the coast, bringing the berg wind effect along coastal areas on Monday with temperatures reaching a maximum of 28ºC, Turner said.