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The EUMetsat visible image this morning (Fri 17th) gives an excellent view of the approaching cold-front, as well as a glimpse of the widespread heavy snow that fell over parts of the Eastern Cape and Lesotho last night. The false-colour version shows snow and icy clouds as pale-blue, which helps distinguish it from low-level clouds (shown in white).
Edit: The Terra Modis (morning) overpass uploaded rather late (for some reason), but the Aqua Modis (afternoon) image gives a really detailed close-up view of the snow over Lesotho! See: http://rapidfire.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/imagery/subsets/?subset=Maloti_Drakensberg.2015198.aqua.500m
Edit #2: The Terra Modis overpass shows a lot more early morning snow (that melted by the time of the Aqua Modis overpass).
There was still lingering low-cloud this morning, so the false-colour image helps distinguish the snow (pale blue). There are two views, the closeup of Lesotho, and the wider angle covering much of the high ground of the Eastern Cape: