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Snow has been confirmed in several parts of South Africa by Wednesday. And by looking at the photos, it is clear that Spring has truly been turned into a Winter wonderland. This comes after predictions that snowfall of between 5- 20cm was expected to make landfall on Tuesday and into Wednesday.

LOOK AT THE PHOTOS AND GRAB THE FAMILY FOR SNOW HUNTING

Let’s take a look at where snow has been confirmed. We suggest you grab the family and head out to the following places to see snow.

These areas have confirmed snowfall:

  • Winterberg Mountain Range
  • Sneeuberg Mountain Range
  • South Drakenberg Mountain Range
  • Swartberg Mountain Range
  • Sutherland
  • Beaufort West
  • Graaff-Reinet
  • Nieu-Bethesda
  • Willowmore
  • Uniondale
  • Kokstad
  • Underberg
  • Harrismith
  • Barkly East
  • Molteno
  • Eliot
  • Lesotho

According to VoxWeather, more snow is expected on Wednesday morning.

Light snowfall is expected over parts of the Free State, including Harrismith, Clarens, Fouriesburg, and the Golden Gate National Park.

Stormy conditions will slowly start clearing by Wednesday evening and into Thursday. On Thursday, a cold front is expected to bring in light showers in parts of the Western Cape.

This comes after the South African Weather Service (SAWS) issued a warning of disruptive snow that could result in icy and slippery roads, traffic disruptions, and dangerous driving conditions.

“As the upper-air cut-off low intensifies, snowfall (as much as 20-30 cm depth) of a more significant and disruptive nature should be anticipated over the eastern peaks of the Lesotho Drakensberg mountains, as well as higher peaks of the Eastern Cape, in the Barkly East and Tiffindell areas. A yellow level 5 warning is suggested for the disruptive snowfalls.”

SAWS

Are you in the area where snow is expected? We would love to see your photos. Please email your photos to Corne@thesouthafrican.com – remember to include the area and your details.

ALSO READ: LOOK: More SNOW confirmed in parts of South Africa on Tuesday

Meanwhile, the SAWS previously advised the public and small stock farmers that loss of vulnerable livestock and crops can be expected in these weather conditions.

SMALL STOCK FARMERS SHOULD PROVIDE SHELTER FOR VULNERABLE LIVESTOCK

“The weak and frail may also be vulnerable since their bodies won’t be able to retain their heat as easily.”

“Small stock farmers should provide shelter for their vulnerable livestock and cover sensitive crops. Shelter, soup and blankets should be provided to the weak and frail where possible.”

SAWS

LOOK AT THESE AMAZING PHOTOS:

Sehlabathebe National Park, Qacha’s Nek

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: Leqaphela Liphoto & Mona Troy

Sehlabathebe National Park, Qacha’s Nek

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: Leqaphela Liphoto & Mona Troy

Sehlabathebe National Park, Qacha’s Nek

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: Leqaphela Liphoto & Mona Troy

LOOK: Spring has been turned into a WINTER wonderland

Sehlabathebe National Park, Qacha’s Nek

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: Leqaphela Liphoto & Mona Troy

ALSO READ: Snow hunters – Here’s where to see snow in South Africa NOW

LOOK: Spring has been turned into a WINTER wonderland

Here’s where to see snow in South Africa NOW Photos: Photos: Sandra Mountain Shadows Hotel.


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