SA Weather Service warns Gauteng of heavy thunderstorms

Gauteng will yet again experience heavy thunderstorms on Friday, according to the South African Weather Service.

Western Gauteng and Tshwane have already started to experience rain.

It was upgraded to 'warning' during the early hours of the morning. At this point in time there’s nothing severe. We are still expecting some response which may result in heavy rain, hail storms, flash flooding and even damage.

Lebogang Mashile, South African Weather Service

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