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Weather update: Damaging winds in Western Cape and heatwave in Eastern Cape

The South African Weather Service (Saws) has released its latest weather forecast for Saturday, 2 March.

The weather service has warned of damaging winds, putting ships at risk along Cape Agulhas to Cape Columbine and a heatwave in the Eastern Cape. Here's what you need to know.

Weather warnings, 2 Steps are

Weather warning

The weather agency has issued a level 2 yellow warning for damaging winds, putting small boats and private vehicles at risk of being flooded and capsizing in one locality. It is expected to move between Cape Agulhas and Cape Columbine from late afternoon through Sunday.

Advice

A heatwave with persistent high temperatures is expected in Dr Beyers Naudé Local Municipality and Inxuba Yethemba Municipality in the Eastern Cape.

Provincial weather forecast

Here's what to expect in your province on Saturday, March 2

Gauteng:

Gauteng residents can expect warm to hot weather with some clouds in the afternoon.

The area's expected UVB sunburn index is “very high.”

People should take necessary precautions to avoid prolonged sun exposure.

East:

Mpumalanga residents can expect cloudy weather in eastern areas in the morning, with patches of fog in the southern and eastern highlands, otherwise fine and warm but hot in the lowlands.

Limpopo:

The day will be cloudy along the cliffs in the morning; otherwise it will be partly cloudy and warm to hot but fine in the south and west.

Northwest Province:

A cloudy day and warm to hot weather awaits the Northwest with scattered showers and thunderstorms, except in the extreme northeast.

Free state:

Residents of the Free State will see partly cloudy skies and warm to hot weather, with scattered showers and thundershowers, except in the extreme north-east.

North Cape:

There will be cloud and fog along the coast and surrounding areas in the morning, where it will be cool in some places, otherwise fine and warm to hot, but scattered cloud in eastern areas and northwest, where it will be very cold. hot in many places. Isolated thunderstorms are expected in the Northeast.

Western Cape:

Western Cape residents can expect partly cloudy conditions along the coast, but partly cloudy along the west and south coasts, where morning fog is possible. In the Northwest, the weather will be more beautiful in the afternoon. Scattered showers and rain are expected in western parts of the south coast during the afternoon.

The area's expected UVB sunburn index is “very high.”

People should take necessary precautions to avoid prolonged sun exposure.

Eastern Cape (western half):

Sometimes cloudy along the coast; otherwise it was fine and warm to hot, but very hot in places inside. In the afternoon, it will be partly cloudy in the North, with scattered showers and thunderstorms in the Northeast. Light rain is expected in places along the coast in the evening.

Eastern Cape (eastern half):

Residents can expect cloudy skies at times along the coast, otherwise stable and warm to hot, with scattered clouds with scattered showers and thundershowers in the afternoon.

KwaZulu-Natal:

Residents of KwaZulu-Natal can expect patches of morning mist to blanket the interior, which is nice and warm but hot in northern places. In the south it will be partly cloudy, with scattered thunderstorms in the afternoon in the southwest.

The area's expected UVB sunburn index is “very high.”

People should take necessary precautions to avoid prolonged sun exposure.

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