Africa: Africa Weather Forecast launched their climate summary in which they reported Persistent showers with cold and windy conditions are expected across the central and eastern regions as the Cut-Off Low moves east on Monday and Tuesday. Followed by calm conditions midweek until a band of thunderstorms arrives in the west on Friday, the central interior on Saturday and in the east on Sunday.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY: Partly cloudy and cool in the east, with morning showers and thundershowers over the central parts expanding to most of the east and central parts for the remainder of Monday and into Tuesday.
Medium chance of hail and strong winds over the central Northern Cape today (Monday), and the central interior tomorrow and light snowfall over the eastern Free State, north-western KwaZulu-Natal and southern Mpumalanga today.
Although intense rainfall is anticipated over the central Free State today, most of it is expected in the east (Gauteng, eastern North West, eastern Free State, Mpumalanga and southern Limpopo) tomorrow. These storms will be accompanied by a significant drop in temperature in the east today, spreading to the central parts on Tuesday.
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY: Calm returns across most of the country, with increasingly hotter daytime temperatures in the west and central interior. Otherwise, as the low moves east, so will the thunderstorms, leading to a medium chance of isolated morning thunderstorms on Wednesday but returning as a low chance of afternoon thunderstorms with light rainfall along the eastern escarpment on Thursday.
FRIDAY: A low developing to the southwest of the country will pull tropical moisture into the Cape interior through southern Namibia, resulting in a high chance of showers and thundershowers in the west, where there is a low chance of high-impact thunderstorms over central Northern Cape.
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY: Showers and thundershowers are expected to re-develop over the central parts on Saturday, invading the country through southern Botswana and accompanied by intense rainfall amounts over the central provinces, including the southeast on Saturday, but in the southeast and east on Sunday.