Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 7 May 2020

This forecast is designed to be a quick overview of what lies in store.

Weather forecast, alerts and UVB index for all South African provinces, 7 May 2020

Weather data provided by the South African Weather Service. For a detailed forecast of your province, click here.

Warnings: None.

Watches: None.

Special weather advisories: None.

Gauteng:

Fine and cool but warm in the north.

UVB sunburn index: High.

Mpumalanga: Morning fog patches along the escarpment, otherwise fine and cool to warm in the Lowveld where it will be partly cloudy.

Limpopo: Morning fog patches along the escarpment, otherwise fine and cool to warm. It will be partly cloudy in the east.

North-West Province: Fine and warm.

Free State: Fine and cool to warm.

Northern Cape: Morning fog along the coast, otherwise fine and cool to warm but cloudy at first in the south. The wind along the coast will be moderate to fresh southerly to south easterly.

Western Cape: Morning fog in the north, otherwise cloudy and cool to warm becoming partly cloudy in the afternoon. The wind along the coast will be light north westerly north of Saldanha Bay but strong north easterly at first, otherwise light to moderate south easterly to southerly.

UVB sunburn index: High.

Western half of the Eastern Cape: Cloudy and cool with isolated rain and showers along the coast and adjacent interior in the morning, becoming partly cloudy from the north in the afternoon. The wind along the coast will be Fresh easterly, becoming moderate in the evening.

Eastern half of the Eastern Cape: Partly cloudy in the north east, otherwise cloudy and cool with isolated showers and rain south of the escarpment, but scattered along the coast. The wind along the coast will be Fresh south easterly, becoming north easterly in the afternoon.

Kwazulu-Natal: Partly cloudy in the north-west with morning fog over the interior, otherwise Cloudy and cool but warm in the north east. Isolated showers are expected in the south and east. The wind along the coast will be Moderate south-westerly at first otherwise easterly to south-easterly. It will become north-easterly from the south towards evening.

UVB sunburn index: Low.


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