Mostly Settled Weather for SA Local Government Elections

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With the South African local government elections just a few days away, the South African Weather Service (SAWS) says the Overall, weather conditions are expected to be mostly sunny, with warm to hot temperatures, while in the western parts, a cold front will result in cooler temperatures with wet and windy conditions.

South Africans will head to the polls on Monday, 1 November in what is expected to be a hotly contest election as service delivery issues plagues many communities across the country. 

The provincial weather forecast break down is given below:

GAUTENG:

Partly cloudy and warm. 

MPUMALANGA:

Partly cloudy and warm but hot in the lowveld

LIMPOPO:

Fine and warm to hot.

NORTH-WEST PROVINCE:

Fine and warm

FREE STATE:

Fine and warm.

NORTHERN CAPE:

Cloudy and cool in the west with rain showers, otherwise partly cloudy, windy and warm.

WESTERN CAPE:

Cloudy and cool in the west with showers along the coast, otherwise partly cloudy, windy and warm.

EASTERN CAPE:

Partly cloudy and warm to hot, becoming cooler with rain showers along the south coast and adjacent interior from evening. It will become windy from midday.

KWAZULU-NATAL:

Fine and warm to hot.

The Saws says it will continue to monitor any further developments relating to the weather for election day and will issue subsequent updates as required. 

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