103 km/h gusts force closing of Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain cable car
The wind is pumping in Cape Town right now, forcing the company running the Table Mountain cable car to suspend its operations.
Weather services predict strong winds - currently gusting at 103 km/h, according to “Cape Town Hiking” – for the next five days.
CABLE CAR CLOSED -103km/h winds!!! Weather for the next 5 days looks the same! Hopefully it changes but you just never know! @CapeTalk @TableMntnWatch @CapeTownGroup #wind #galforce #cablecar @CapeTownTourism @TableMountainNP— Cape Town Hiking (@hikingcapetown) January 17, 2020
STRONG WINDS CLIMBING- wind speeds now 129km on Table Mountain and seem to continue to be climbing. People are out there! Best to stay off the mnts today.@TableMountainNP @CapeTalk @TableMountainNP @TableMntnWatch @CapeTownTourism @CapeTownGroup #galeforce— Cape Town Hiking (@hikingcapetown) January 17, 2020
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