Heavy rainfall, which can lead to local flooding, is expected on Sunday in the southern and western parts of KwaZulu-Natal and in the southeastern part of the Eastern and Western Cape, the South African Weather Service warned.
In addition, heavy storms were expected over the highveld and Escarpment areas of Mpumalanga, it said in a statement.
"The Western Cape is expected to be at a heavy low from Sunday to Monday, and the public is expected to experience heavy rains and floods over the Garden Route, the Overberg District and the Breede River Valley, as well as along the Wild Coast are." it said.
in the GautengIn the morning it was cloudy, otherwise it was partly cloudy and warm with occasional afternoon showers and thunderstorms.
in the Mpumalanga, It is expected to be cloudy along the slope with morning fog fields, otherwise partly cloudy and cool, with occasional showers and thunderstorms from the afternoon warm, but isolated in the Lowveld, where it will be hot.
The prognosis for Limpopo At first it was partly cloudy, otherwise nice and warm to hot and partly cloudy in the south and southwest with occasional showers and thunderstorms from the afternoon.
For the winter, a partly cloudy and warm to hot day has been predicted northwest and Free State with afternoon rainstorms.
The North Cape It is expected to be cloudy and cloudy with drizzle on the coast and in the adjacent interior. Occasional showers and thunderstorms were expected in the extreme east and south.
The wind along the coast will be southwest to southwest, according to the weather service.
In that Western CapePartly cloudy and cool to warm, with occasional to occasional showers and thunderstorms from the late morning across the northeast that spread throughout the province from the afternoon, has been predicted. In the southern parts, where flooding is expected, widespread showers and thunderstorms are expected, while the wind along the coast will be strong southeast winds, but initially fresh in the south.
The western half of the Eastern Cape It is expected to be cloudy and cool with showers south of the cliff. In the afternoon, thunderstorms are expected in the north, spreading to the south, the weather service said, and occasional violent storms are possible over the embankment north of Cradock.
The wind along the coast will be moderate to fresh.
The eastern half of the eastern cape is cloudy and cool with showers south of the embankment. In the afternoon we expect thunderstorms in the north and spread to the south.
Occasional violent storms are possible on the embankment east of Aliwal North, and the wind along the coast will be fresh to very easterly, according to the SAWS.
in the KwaZulu-NatalMorning fog is expected inside, but it is cloudy and warm, but in some places it is cool inside, with widespread showers and thunderstorms in the southeast, otherwise isolated in the northeast, but isolated.
The wind along the coast is moderate to southeast, but east to northeast along the north coast.