Cape Town – Capetonians have been warned to brace themselves for a more "intense" cold front across the peninsula from tomorrow than the one experienced at the end of last week.
The SA Weather Service (SAWS) said strong to gale-force interior winds between 62 and 70km/h were expected over the Breede River Valley, Central and Little Karoo in the Western Cape today and tomorrow.
Heavy rain leading to possible flooding is also expected over the Western Cape tomorrow. Up to 80mm of rain is expected on Tuesday across the Cape Winelands and Overberg.
Temperatures in Cape Town will range from a high of 12 degrees Celcius on Monday night to 9°C on Friday night, with daytime temperatures varying from 15°C on Monday to 17°C on Friday.