The South African Weather Service says disruptive snowfall of up to ten centimetres can be expected in high lying areas of the Western Cape on Friday.
A severe cold front made landfall in the province on Thursday bringing with it strong winds and heavy rain.
Another cold front is expected to make landfall later on Friday. Disaster management teams will assess areas that are prone to localised flooding.
Provincial Local Government spokesperson, James-Brent Styan, says they remain on high alert.
⚠️Intense cold front approaching the Western Cape. Expected to make landfall during the afternoon along the SW coast. Widespread rainfall, very rough seas, strong winds and very cold conditions can be expected. pic.twitter.com/rLXTaSfWxn
— SA Weather Service (@SAWeatherServic) August 26, 2021