South Africa: Africa Weather Forecast launched their climate summary in which they reported that the weak is a cold front in the southwest in the first part of the week, resulting in cloudy, cold and wet conditions, windy over the central interior, but fine and warm to hot elsewhere, especially the northeast later in the week.
Monday and Tuesday: There is a high chance of light rainfall along Western Cape and Eastern Cape coastal regions this morning, reaching KwaZulu Natal in the Evening as very light showers. Otherwise, fine and warm but hot in the northeast.
High chance of strong W-NW winds (40-60km/h) over the southern Cape interior around midday, but even stronger along the south coast where speeds exceeding 70km/h and high seas are anticipated tomorrow (Tuesday).
Wednesday and Thursday: True to its motion, the cold front will have exited the country midweek, followed by a high-pressure cell that brings a much cooler airmass to most of the country, but mainly over the Cape.
Wednesday will most likely be cloudy in the east with morning fog patches along the eastern escarpment and the Lowveld, while on Thursday, the fog patches dissipate as they move further north towards the northeastern corner shared with Zimbabwe and Mozambique.
FRIDAY: Most of the country will be fine and warm to mostly hot, owing to a massive upper-air high-pressure cell ridging in from the north, causing widespread subsidence.
The weekend: Mostly dry and warm to hot, except for the far west on Saturday, when there’s a low chance of light rainfall along the west coast that becomes medium on Sunday as the cold front moves into the country. Medium chance of strong NW winds over the Cape interior throughout the weekend.