We are currently monitoring a strong cold front that is due to make landfall over the Western Cape by Wednesday next week. This cold front will be bringing much needed rain over the drought stricken areas of the Western and Northern Cape.

Current weather models suggest that some places could see as much as 80mm of rain, with most rain expected over the south western parts of the Western Cape and the extreme western parts of the Northern Cape. Snowfall is also expected over most high peaks of the Western Cape with moderate to heavy falls over Matroosberg and the extreme high peek. We will send out a snowfall forecast later this week.

We also expect the tail end of another cold front to hit the Western Cape on Sunday also bringing with it some light to moderate rainfall.

Let’s pray that this forecast will come to pass. The Western Cape only have 10% of usable water left and is currently under level 4 water restrictions.

DISCLAIMER: This forecast is subject to change as this is a long range forecast but I will keep you guys updated.