The first heavy cold front has made landfall in the Cape Peninsula bringing gusty winds of up to 50 kilometres per hour in some places.

Heavy rain is expected to fall over large parts of the Western Cape with snowfall across the Boland.

The weather office has also predicted swells of up to six metres along the coastline.

Disaster management crews have also been placed on high alert for possible flooding in low lying areas on the Cape flats, after a severe weather warning was issued on Saturday.



The weather service has also warned that temperatures in Johannesburg are expected to drop to -1 degree.