Africa: Africa Weather Forecast launched its weekly summary (23rd May – 29th May 2023); as per African weather reports, It will be fine and cold in the first part of the week while a high-pressure cell replaces the recent rain-producing systems until a cold front brings cloudy, wet and windy weather to the Cape provinces on Wednesday night into Thursday.
Tuesday and Wednesday will generally be partly cloudy and cold, particularly in places over the southern Cape interior and the central interior, where a light dusting of frost may be seen. High chance of morning fog patches, as per the weather forecast in the east and northeast on Tuesday.
Wednesday will be partly cloudy and windy in the west, with a high chance of light evening rainfall in the far southwest. Otherwise, cool to cold along the escarpment but fine and warm elsewhere. This is all due to a cold front that arrives in the evening, spreading showers east into the west coast and adjacent interior overnight into Thursday.
Cloudy and cold in the west with a high chance of moderate rainfall in the far southwest on Thursday but light elsewhere over the southern Cape and central interior. Windy across large swathes of the western and central interior, reaching speeds of 50km/h in the Cape interior and coastal areas.
Friday will be partly cloudy in the east and central interior, at times, with a medium chance of light rainfall and isolated thunderstorms over eastern KwaZulu-Natal and eastern Mpumalanga but low elsewhere in the east.
For the rest of the weekend, showers and thundershowers are expected over the central and eastern parts on Saturday and in the west and central parts on Sunday, it is expected to have another cold front arrive in Cape Town.