The province has been experiencing warm weather conditions for the past few days, with temperatures reaching highs of 30°C mark several areas.
According to the South African Weather Service (SAWS), temperatures in Johannesburg could drop to as low as 17°C with a minimum of 6 °C, while temperatures in Tshwane could be around the 22°C mark.
This week, Gauteng and Cape province residents should brace themselves for a cold front. The cold is expected to hit parts of the country from Monday. #eNCA #DStv403 #QuestionThinkAct pic.twitter.com/kC3RdXLTyW
— eNCA (@eNCA) September 10, 2023
Ohhh that cold front is definitely coming in strong…. This wind??? Haibo 😭😭😭are we supposed to put away winter clothes or nah?
— Nzuri (@upendo_nzuri) September 11, 2023
Oh, I can definitely feel this cold front creeping
— SIR BLUE (@NtshingilaNath) September 11, 2023
So we gonna go from 33 degree Celsius today, to cold front tomorrow. And on top of that Eskom implements stage 4 indefinitely 🙄.
— Mbuso The Son Of Man (@mrshezi) September 11, 2023
Written by: Nonhlanhla Harris