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Adding to the wet weather experienced across parts of the country, reports now say you can keep out those umbrellas for the week ahead.
According to the South African Weather Service (SAWS) the rain is set to continue for the rest of the week. This is as a cut-off low pressure system dominates the central and eastern parts of the country.
“This will result in scattered to widespread thundershowers from Tuesday (1 November 2022) until Saturday (5 November 2022),” said SAWS on Tuesday.
The weather service further added that associated with this large-scale weather system, is a possibility of flooding. This is especially over the central interior, on both Tuesday and Wednesday, 2 November 2022.
In addition, the weather service explained that there was also a possibility of severe thunderstorms. However, SAWS stated that further warnings of likely to-be-affected areas would be issued accordingly.
“The weather system is expected to exit the country in the north-east late on Saturday,” SAWS said, highlighting it would continue to monitor the weather system, and issue severe warnings through the regular channels.
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