On Tuesday, the SA & # 39; s five states in the temperature beyond the 40 ° C mark when the heat wave conditions are expected to occur and a few days is expected to persevere.
Extremely high fire hazard conditions are expected to be in the central and northern parts of the Central Cape, Central Karoo, West Cape's Garden Route, the inner and northern parts of the Eastern Cape, the central and eastern parts of the central and western parts. Free State and south-west regions of the North West and KwaZulu-Natal (KZN).
Special weather recommendations
In some eastern parts of the North Cape, extremely warm weather is expected in the Central Cape of the West Cape and in the inner and northern parts of the East Cape.
Northwestern Cape, Free State, North West and eastern part of Gauteng are expected to have continuous high temperatures from Tuesday to Friday.
Mpumalanga, north-east parts of the Eastern Cape and the western parts of the KZN are expected to be seen in the Highveld area and to the thunderstorms.
The maximum temperatures are expected to be moderate in the middle with warm conditions throughout the country.
Sutherland in the North Cape is expected to be one of the coldest places with 8 ° C, the lowest temperature expected.
The maximum temperatures are expected to be hot in the West Cape and the southern coastline and some parts of the East Coast.
Temperatures are expected to increase throughout the country. Especially hot and very hot weather conditions are expected on the East Coast. At these temperatures Cradock and Graaff-Reinet have temperatures up to 40 ° C.
Upington is expected to be one of the hottest places in the Northern Cape.
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Pretoria in Gauteng will reach 35 ° C, and Johannesburg will reach 33 ° C.
Bloemfontein will reach 37 ° C.
Along the coast, Cape Town will reach a height of 23 ° C, Port Elizabeth is expected to reach a height of 24 ° C and a height of 27 ° C in Durban.
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