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Snowfalls and Looking Ahead

The past week saw a strong cold front making landfall over the Western Cape and then proceeding move in an easterly direction where it also managed to cause temperatures to drop low enough for snow on the Eastern Cape mountains as well as the KwaZulu-Natal midlands.…

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Irina Expected to Become Cyclone Off Mozambique

NOTE: This article is edited with updates pertaining to the latest information on Irina, scroll down to the bottom of the article for the latest. The excitement continues in the South West Indian Ocean this year with another tropical storm located just off the Mozambique coast which has already brought heavy rains to the area with the bulk of the convection located on the West-Northwest side of the storm.…

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May Means Thunderstorms

The month of May is here, April and May have historically been some of the more interesting months for weather in the Cape Town area. The upper air patterns are more supportive for cut-off low pressure systems impacting the Western Cape.…

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El Nino Potential For 2015
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El Nino Potential For 2015

As the Climate.gov site addressed in their recent El Niño update article titled “Déjà Vu: El Niño Take Two”, (which I highly recommend reading) it appears as though El Niño is once again forecast this year. For those who were following the tropics or general global weather in detail last year, the early ENSO updates were calling for a moderate to potentially strong El Niño event through the summer (northern hemisphere) months of 2014.…

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