Cape Town - The South African Weather Service say cooler temperatures will continue across the country, as snowfall continues over parts of the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal, as well as Lesotho.
At AfriSki in Lesotho, especially, snow fall could be seen on Tuesday morning, 10 May, before a hail storm also hit the ski resort! Snow Report SA
says that "Certain parts of Lesotho, including the Maluti Mountains around Afriski may continue to experience light flurries of snow late on Tuesday evening, and into the early hours of Wednesday morning".
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According to Weather Watch SA
, the cold front which hit the country over the weekend, up until Tuesday, has weakened, but there is still chances of a few strong thunderstorms over the Free State on Tuesday evening.Have you going snow-hunting? Please send us your photos at firstname.lastname@example.org, or on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Temperatures on Wednesday, 11 May, will be cool over the entire interior, and along the South Coast up to Durban.
The Northern Cape, Limpopo and coastal regions of the Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal will be warm.
Johannesburg can expect a maximum temperature of 25°C on Wednesday, while Bloemfontein in the Free State will be 20°C. Click here to see the specific forecast in your city
Along the coasts, Cape Town will be 21°C. Port Elizabeth can expect a high of 22°C, while Durban will be a mild 25°C. What to read next on Traveller24:
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