LISTEN: KZN warned of 'disruptive' showers on Tuesday

LISTEN: KZN warned of 'disruptive' showers on Tuesday

The South African Weather Service (SAWS) has warned of disruptive scattered showers and thundershowers throughout KwaZulu-Natal on Tuesday. 

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The services has issued a warning for Tuesday's downpours. 

It says these rains could cause localised flooding in the province's informal settlements, roads and lead to difficult driving conditions. 

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Forecaster Wisani Maluleke says the northern part of the province will be hardest hit.

"We are also expecting temperatures to drop over the province, but the areas which will be mostly affected - where we expect a major drop - is in the Drakensberg areas - like Giants Castle, Underberg. Temperatures are expected to be below 10 degrees. 

"We are also expecting snowfall over the Lesotho mountains. There is a possibility of slight snow over the Drakensburg area." 

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There'll be also be showers and thundershowers in eThekwini, KwaDukuza, Mtubatuba, Kokstad, Msunduzi, Newcastle and Ladysmith.

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