Africa: Africa Weather Forecast launched their climate summary for this week from 06 to 12 of November, in which they reported the tropical moisture conveyor belt will continue drawing significant moisture from the north, resulting in light to moderate showers and thundershowers over the central interior at first, shifting east and intensifying on Tuesday and followed by a period of calm and hot conditions from Thursday onwards.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY: High chance of widespread showers and thundershowers over the central interior today, shifting east overnight and accumulating significant amounts that may lead to localised flooding over Free State, KwaZulu-Natal and Mpumalanga on Tuesday.
Low chance of high-impact storms with hail and strong winds over the central parts today, but predominantly over the western North West on Tuesday.
Over the Western Cape, partly cloudy conditions are expected for both days, with light rainfall along the coastal regions on Tuesday.
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY: The upper air trough will move east, allowing warmer temperatures to fester into more of the west and central interior midweek while also expanding into some of the eastern regions.
Partly cloudy skies will be pushed further east into the eastern escarpment, where there is a high chance of morning fog patches on all days and a low to medium chance of afternoon thunderstorms accompanied by light rainfall and slightly cooler temperatures in the east.
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY: After relative calm across the country, the re-development of thunderstorms is most likely expected over the central parts on Saturday, moving and expanding further northeast into Limpopo and Mpumalanga on Sunday. Fine and hot in the west and central interior throughout the weekend.