It was a chilly start to the morning for residents of Sutherland in the Northern Cape after snowfalls on Tuesday and throughout the evening.
Cold conditions remain in most parts of SA, with widespread rain across the southern and western half of the country.
The SA Weather Service warned that disruptive snowfall was expected over the Namakwa southern high ground and western high ground of the Western Cape, mainly in the morning.
The Western Cape can also expect scattered showers and thundershowers.
Gale force westerly to south-westerly winds of 65 km/h are expected along the coast between Cape Agulhas and East London.
Light snowfall was also expected over the Sneeuberg and Winterberg mountains, spreading to the southern Drakensberg.
City of Cape Town’s disaster risk management spokesperson Charlotte Powell said seven homes were destroyed on Monday evening by an uprooted tree in Imizamo Yethu, Hout Bay, as strong winds continue to batter parts of the city.
Powell said about 3,000 dwellings in the area as well as the informal settlements in Masiphumelele and Makhaza were affected. No injuries were reported.
Powell said power outages had also been experienced in some parts of the city.
Source: TMG Digital