Light snowfall is expected on the high picks in the Western Cape this week when temperatures plummet below zero in parts of the country.
SnowReportSA said that the Hex River mountains between Ceres, Worcester, De Doorns, and Touws River are most likely to get a dusting.
The highest peaks of Koue Bokkeveld and Cederberg are also expected to get some snowfall.
The South African Weather Service (SAWS) has also issued a weather warning for a cold front which is set to hit the province on Thursday 20 May.
SAWS issued the following weather warnings;
- Two successive cold fronts are expected to move in over the Western Cape, starting on Thursday 20 May.
- Yellow Level 2 Weather Warnings are in place for Cape Town, the Cape Winelands, and Overberg
- High wind alerts have been issued for the Northern Cape, Karoo, Lamberts Bay, Cape Agulhas, and Plettenberg Bay.
- Sea swells of 4.5, to 6.0m may be experienced between Cape Columbine and East London from Thursday
- Winds of 50-70km/h are set for the Northern Cape, the interior of the Western Cape, and parts of the Eastern Cape.