Cape Town - The cold front the SA weather service has been tracking all week delivered snow and rain as forecast and then some.
As a result of the passing cold front, snowfalls were experienced over the mountainous areas of the Western Cape and Eastern Cape on Sunday, to as low as 1 200 to 1 400m above sea level - which even saw Table Mountain getting a dusting of snow at just on 1 085m.
More snow fall is expected on Sunday evening, with the possible closure of mountain passes in the Western And Eastern Cape.
The public should take care in this regard.
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'More disruptive snowfalls expected'
"The Western Cape and Northern Cape should brace for very cold maximum temperatures, <10°C in places, with a general decrease in temperatures expected across the rest of the country," says SAWS Chief Forecaster Ezekiel Sebego.
He says traffic disruptions can also be expected due to significant snowfall with possible closure of mountain passes in the Western Cape and Eastern Cape.
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"Snowfalls are expected over the high lying areas of the province with disruptive snowfalls expected over the Sneeuberg and Winterberg. Passes such as the Lootsberg Pass and Penhoek Pass could be affected."