South Africa weather forecast for Thursday, 4 April 2024

Discover the weather forecast across South Africa for 4 April 2024, with essential advisories and provincial insights.

Here’s a comprehensive outlook on the South Africa weather forecast for Thursday, 4 April 2024

Weather warnings and advisories to take note of on Thursday, 4 April 2024

According to the South African Weather Service (SAWS), there are no severe weather alerts, fire danger warnings, or advisories issued for Thursday, 4 April 2024.

This absence of warnings suggests a relatively calm weather day across the country.

Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg forecast: Here’s what to expect on Thursday, 4 April 2024

Cape Town

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On Thursday, 4 April 2024, Cape Town is expected to experience comfortable weather conditions, with temperatures ranging from a low of approximately 15°C to a high of around 20-21°C. There’s a slight chance of precipitation, with forecasts indicating around 0.3 mm of rainfall.

These conditions are relatively mild, making it a pleasant day for outdoor activities, albeit with a potential for brief rainfall.

Durban

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On Thursday, 4 April 2024, the weather forecast for Durban suggests temperatures will range between a low of approximately 21°C and a high of around 26°C.

The day is expected to experience clear to partly cloudy conditions, transitioning to more overcast skies with a slight chance of sprinkles in the afternoon.

Johannesburg

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On Thursday, 4 April 2024, Johannesburg is expected to have isolated thunderstorms with overcast conditions, with temperatures ranging from 16°C to 23°C.

Humidity is forecasted to be around 52%, and wind speeds may reach up to 9mph. Precipitation is anticipated, with about 9.8 mm of rain​

South Africa weather forecast: Here’s what to expect on Thursday, 4 April 2024

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  • Gauteng: Expect partly cloudy skies, cool to warm temperatures, with isolated showers and thundershowers from the afternoon, becoming scattered in the south. The UVB sunburn index is low, indicating minimal sunburn risk.
  • Mpumalanga: The day starts with morning fog patches and a chance of drizzle along the escarpment. It will be partly cloudy and cool to warm, with isolated thundershowers, except in the Lowveld.
  • Limpopo: Similar to Mpumalanga, with morning fog patches and potential drizzle along the escarpment. The weather will be partly cloudy and warm, with isolated thundershowers in the south-west.
  • North-West Province: Partly cloudy and cool to warm conditions are forecasted, with scattered showers and thundershowers, but isolated over the north-east.
  • Free State: Cloudy in places at first, then becoming partly cloudy and cool with scattered showers and thundershowers, isolated over the extreme east.
  • Northern Cape: The morning will be fine in the west, then turning partly cloudy and warm to hot, with isolated to scattered showers and thundershowers. Coastal areas will experience moderate southerly winds.
  • Western Cape: Morning fog patches may occur along the south coast, otherwise, it will be fine and cool to warm, turning partly cloudy to cloudy from the afternoon. Coastal winds will be light and variable along the West Coast and moderate southerly.
  • Eastern Cape (Western Half): Partly cloudy and warm to hot, becoming cloudy with isolated showers and thundershowers, but scattered in places in the north. Coastal winds will be light north-easterly, becoming moderate to fresh in the afternoon, and strong in the evening.
  • Eastern Cape (Eastern Half): Morning fog patches in places in the south, becoming partly cloudy and warm, and cloudy in the afternoon with isolated showers and thundershowers, but scattered in the north. Coastal winds will be moderate north-easterly, turning fresh south-westerly in the evening.
  • KwaZulu-Natal: Morning fog in places over the interior, with partly cloudy and cool to warm conditions and isolated afternoon showers and thundershowers. Coastal winds will be moderate to fresh north-easterly, becoming strong at times. The UVB sunburn index is high, indicating a significant risk of sunburn.

We will continue to update this report as more information becomes available. Stay tune