CAPE TOWN: According to the South African Weather Service, the Western Cape’s weather will remain unfavorable for the rest of the weekend.
Similar conditions are anticipated to persist in the province’s southern regions on Saturday, with heavy rains expected to last until Sunday.
According to weather forecaster Stacy Colborne,” We anticipate a yellow level two warning for disruptive rain that will cause localized flooding and mudslides over the Overberg district today.
We still have some light rain along the south coast and will arrive in Beaufort West early in the morning, but by tomorrow [ Sunday ] the majority of the rainfall has moved off.
Disaster teams were keeping an eye on the situation, according to provincial disaster management director Colin Deiner.
The situation is currently under control and is stable, according to Deiner.” No one has been trapped or missing at this time. We are obviously conducting assessments and helping with any incidents that could be reported.”