Forecaster Celeste Sourie stated that from Sunday, residents might count on a cloudy sky, however has beckoned on residents to stay vigilant in the course of the altering situations
Johannesburg Emergency Providers are sounding a word of warning to residents to remember for heavy winds and a doable localised flooding.
That is following the thunderstorms and occasional downpours which were happening in some elements of Gauteng.
Emergency Providers spokesperson, Robert Mulaudzi:
“We’ll stay on excessive alert, monitoring all seven areas of town for incidents which can happen. Residents in low-lying areas and casual settlements have to keep away from crossing rivers and streams in order that we will keep away from drowning incidents.”
Apart from, the SA Climate Service stated the cloudy and funky situations might go on throughout Gauteng this weekend.
“The forecast that we had for thunderstorms is on monitor. The principle system inflicting these thunderstorms is predicted to exit the nation and the rain is beginning to clear up. We’re not anticipating any thunderstorms however it’ll be partly cloudy. Going into Monday, we predict a 30% probability of thundershowers within the northern elements of Gauteng.”