Weather Service issues disruptive rainfall warning for KwaZulu-Natal

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The South African Weather Service has issued a warning of disruptive rainfall over most parts of KwaZulu-Natal. The warning indicates that some areas in the province could experience heavy rains, which could lead to localised flooding.

Forecaster Wiseman Dlamini says the inclement weather is expected to last until Wednesday.

“We are still expecting some more showers and thundershowers in most parts of the province today. We’re already having some thundershowers over the northern part of KZN as we speak. I think areas over midlands and also over some parts of Durban coastal are experiencing thunderstorms as well. And then furthermore, the outlook for tomorrow are expecting mainly a 50% chance over the central parts and Eastern parts of KZN.”

Earlier this week, the Weather Service issued an alert heavy rainfall over parts of KwaZulu-Natal in the coming days.

The yellow alert warns people that the rains are to persist into the weekend.

The video below is the full weather report: