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The Cape of No Storms
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The Cape of No Storms

Altocumulus move in with the trough, as seen from Sir Lowry’s Pass, 50km east of Cape Town. Last week we discussed the thunderstorm possibilities tied to an upper trough that moved down from Namibia, over the Northern and Western Cape. Unfortunately for chasers in the Cape, as has seemingly become standard, the system never brought with it the activity that was hoped for and instead Cape Town once against found itself missing out.…

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27 November 2009 – Pretoria

After heading to Pretoria for a week this November I was greeted by wintery weather and had to wait 4 days just for the temperatures to recover to something more suitable for development- though had to wait 7 days for actual storms to develop.…

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Storm Season in Full Swing

After a rather boring lull in severe weather or as far as the Cape goes, any interesting weather at all- the northern parts of the country have come to life with severe storms popping up everywhere over the past 2 weeks.…

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Wild Weekend Weather Expected
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Wild Weekend Weather Expected

The country is still feeling the effects of this past weekend’s cold front which brought freezing temperatures to parts of the country, and snowfalls to the Western Cape, Eastern Cape and Lesotho. But while the temperatures remain low in the wake of the front, our attention has already turned to the next weather event which is set to occur on Friday, and through into Saturday morning before clearing later on Saturday.…

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