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Snowfalls Across the Eastern Cape and KZN

While Cape Town has seen sunshine for the past 20 days, other parts of the country have been receiving quite decent rainfall. The Eastern Cape coast and Kwazulu Natal has seen several days of active rainfall over the past few weeks, though over the weekend a cold front passed over the Western Cape and has made it’s way up north, while Cape Town remained fairly dry with this system with the main threat being that of gale force winds which reached in excess of 60km/h, as has been the case with most of the cold fronts this year the cold front was felt much harder in other parts of the country.…

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Chile’s Calbuco Volcano Erupts – Produces Amazing Photographs
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Chile’s Calbuco Volcano Erupts – Produces Amazing Photographs

Chile’s Calbuco volcano, located near Peurto Montt erupted this week, sending a plume of ash into the sky. The eruption, which caused the evacuation of around 4000 people, left photographers in the area with mixed feelings. Despite the chaos and fear associated with volcanic eruptions, some volcanoes offer a treat to the eyes.…

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A Quiet South African Summer
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A Quiet South African Summer

Weather throughout the country has been fairly quiet over recent weeks. We often find ourselves with extended spells of severe thunderstorms up country in late summer, with tornadoes occassionally reported. This year however things seem to be a bit more quieter, and dry – especially in the southern parts.…

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A Dry April For The Cape

April has been notably dry for what is often considered the first month of Autumn, at least for the Cape. On average Cape Town experiences 8 days of rain, and around 40mm in the month of April, more than double the average of March.…

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