Thunderstorm, hail, damaging winds expected in Gauteng

South African Weather Service says Gauteng should expect a 30% chance of thunderstorms accompanied by hail and damaging winds.

Mpumalanga, Kwa-Zulu Natal and Limpopo will also be affected by similar conditions.

SA Weather Service forecaster Bransby Bulo says there is no warning for severe weather at this stage, but people should prepare for a wet weekend.

Johannesburg has 30% chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon from around 4pm all the way to the evening

Bransby Bulo, SA Weather forecaster

Bulo says the western and central parts of the country will not experience any thunderstorms.


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