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Weather Warning For SA issued for the next 3 days. Here's which areas will be affected.

The weather over the past few days have been severely unstable, with days where it's been really hot and others where it's been cold. Unfortunately the unstable weather is about to continue as a weather warning has been issued for large areas of the Country. Below I will tell you which areas will be affected as well as how to properly prepare for the coming situation.

The Warnings :

The weather warning was used by SAWS (South African Weather Service) Facebook page in two separate posts. As the weather warnings cover three days. These are the :

25Th October 2021 (Today)

26Th October 2021 (Tomorrow)

27Th October 2021

Let's take a look at the first weather warning down below.

The first weather warning is a level one weather warning for today. The affected areas will be parts of Kwazulu Natal. These areas can expect showers, thunder showers and thunder storms. There will also be chances of flooding, damage to infrastructure and delays in travel time.

Below is the second weather warning.

The second weather warning is a level two weather warning for the 26th and 27th of October. The affected areas will be within the Western Cape. These areas can expect heavy winds. However the most affected group will be seafarers as this may cause disruptions to harbours.

Here's how to prepare :

If you are in one of the affected areas, preparation is key. Please do not be out on the road or the oven during the affected times. Start making your way home well before the weather turns bad. Take all precautions against being vulnerable during this time like stocking up on food and storm lights. While the bad conditions is not expected to last for long, it's better to be safe than sorry.

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