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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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Floods and Snow – June 2011

As predicted several days ago, the past few days have seen a variety of severe weather scenarios, all due to a cut-off low pressure system which developed early in the week in Namibia. The cut-off low’s first significant effects were felt on Tuesday 7th June 2011 when snowfall began in Namibia, a rare but not unheard of occurance.…

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Caryn Hill – Severe Weather Photography
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Caryn Hill – Severe Weather Photography

One of the few women specializing in the field of storm photography, Caryn Hill has spent 11+ years honing the skills necessary to capture nature’s most breathtaking displays. Her storm chasing travels take her from the south, starting in Texas and go as far north to the provinces of Canada, east to Iowa and west to Montana to Colorado. …

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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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