Gauteng residents should expect severe thunderstorms with 60% chance of showers, which could lead to localised flooding.
SA Weather Service forecaster Victoria Nurse says people must be prepared for these weather conditions as the day progresses.
If we do get a severe a thunderstorm, you can see heavy downfalls that have been previously seen.— Victoria Nurse, SA Weather Service forecaster
Nurse says it is not unusual at this time of year in Gauteng.
We are in our severe thunderstorm season.— Victoria Nurse, SA Weather Service forecaster
Watch: 24 Nov: Severe Thundstrms possible with heavy downpours and localised flooding in Gau, E FS, C+E NW, NE EC, Highveld of Mpu, C+W KZN.— SA Weather Service (@SAWeatherServic) November 24, 2016
Gauteng Tomorrow 's Weather overview: 24.11.2016 pic.twitter.com/t31MI51KxB— SA Weather Service (@SAWeatherServic) November 23, 2016
Johannesburg Emergency Services' Robert Mulaudzi says the City is on high alert and will be monitoring high risk areas to ensure that they respond immediately should there be any problems.
We want to urge motorists and residents to take precautionary measure while they drive.— Robert Mulaudzi, Johannesburg Emergency Services
Listen below to hear more tips from EMS about what to do when caught in floods...