It's the first weekend of 2022, and South Africans are either wrapping up their celebrations or preparing to return to the real world.
Gauteng can expect sunny weather, with highs in Joburg and Pretoria of 24°C and 26°C, respectively.
Western Cape residents can expect to bask in the sun as temperatures soar into the 30s. This weekend, Capetonians can expect highs of 30°C and 26°C.
Warm to hot weather can be expected in the Eastern Cape. Today's temperature in Gqeberha ranges from 19°C to 25°C, and tomorrow's forecast ranges from 19°C to 28°C. East London will have a low of 19°C and a high of 25°C today, with temperatures ranging from 20°C to 27°C tomorrow.
Northern Cape residents can expect hot weather. Today's low temperature in Upington is 24°C, with a high of 39°C. Residents can expect temperatures ranging from 22°C to 37°C tomorrow.
KwaZulu-Natal can expect warm to hot weather today and tomorrow, with a low of 22°C and a high of 26°C in Durban.
Showers are expected in the North West, with highs in the late 20s across the province.
Showers are also expected in Mpumalanga, with highs in the 24°C range.
Limpopo will experience cool to warm weather, with temperatures ranging from 16°C to 24°C today and 15°C to 24°C tomorrow in Polokwane.
Temperatures in Free State are expected to reach 30°C this weekend. Temperatures in Bloemfontein are expected to range between 16°C and 30°C today, and between 15°C and 29°C tomorrow.
Sources : iol.co.za
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