Ekurhuleni: Centurion residents have been left stranded in Sunday afternoon after a Havey rainfall strike in the area, this comes after The South African Weather Services issued a warning for heavy rain thundershower in some parts of the country during the coming week.
According to reports issued by the SAWS, most provinces will experience isolated showers and thundershowers.
Residents can expect a break from the wet weather on Friday. Says Weather forecaster Luthando Masimini.
“Because it’s summer we are expecting isolated showers and thundershowers over the central parts of the country. These include Gauteng, Northwest, the Eastern parts of the Northern Cape, Free State, northern parts of the Eastern Cape, the escarpment areas of KZN and Mpumalanga highveld, with the extreme southern parts of Limpopo expecting thundershowers as well.
“For Friday, it looks like a bit of a break for the country; we are only expecting isolated showers and thundershowers in Bushbuckridge, Mpumalanga and the Limpopo Lowveld, as well as the Limpopo Valley.
“The other area that is indicated for rainfall is the KZN coast and adjacent interior, with the rest of the country not really signaling much in terms of rainfall.”