Weather Alert: Heavy rain expected over Cape Town

Disaster Risk Management Centre advises that there will be severe rain in the Cape Metropole on Thursday night into Friday morning.

Rain accumulations are predicted at 10-25 mm in the city.

The heavy downpours may lead to flash floods and longer travel times. Residents are urged to take caution during this time.

Below is a map for the weather on Friday at 2pm


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