Rainy weather to persist overnight
The South African Weather Service has issued a flood warning saying heavy rains in parts of Gauteng and other provinces are expected to continue overnight and into tomorrow.
This while rescue operations are underway at the Centurion Lake Hotel due to heavy flooding.
Forecaster Kgoloselo Mahlangu says the weather in Gauteng is expected to improve from Wednesday while parts of Limpopo, Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal can still expect rain.
For the rest of the day we are still expecting some rain to come through.Kgoloselo Mahlangu, Forecaster - SA Weather Service
The weather is said to improve going on to Wednesday and Thursday but we will still get some normal summer thunderstorms coming through. Friday it does not seem we will have any kind of rain in Gauteng.Kgoloselo Mahlangu, Forecaster - SA Weather Service
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