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These six locations will be the coldest places in South Australia tonight

Sub-zero temperatures for the third night will send South Africa shivers once again. The Great Freeze occurred mainly in the central and eastern parts of the country, but some cold outliers were also found elsewhere.

South Africa’s Big Freeze enters third night

Rural parts of the Free State may have to deal with temperatures approaching MINUS 10C as clear skies pave the way for frost forecasts. The central and southern parts of the province are set for another mercury slump on Thursday.

In the early hours of Friday morning, however, temperatures reached their lowest point. Biting cold will bring icy conditions to the KZN, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape and even parts of Gauteng before dawn.

Isolated frost patches are expected in the Western Cape, Mpumalanga and North West Territories. Meanwhile, neighboring Lesotho, our enclave, is bracing for a big freeze, as thermometers in some places could drop to -7C.

South Africa latest weather forecast for Thursday, June 2

This time, however, we are only looking at the domestic situation. From the evening of Thursday 2 June to the early hours of Friday 3 June, we scanned the latest forecast produced by Ventusky to highlight Mzansi’s six coldest spots.

We sincerely hope the people of Redsburg are ready to end the warm…

  • Redsburg, Free State: The country town saw a possible low of -9C overnight.
  • Heimville, KZN: Over the next 24 hours or so, the mountains could experience chilling -7C lows.
  • Maclean, Eastern Cape: In the northeastern part of the province, the forecast for the early hours of Friday was -6C.
  • Bossabello, Free State: Densely populated areas could also see mercury plummeting to -6C.
  • Kimberley, Northern Cape: Temperatures on the outskirts of the city are expected to drop to -5°C.
  • Everton, Gauteng: The coldest temperature in the province is likely to be the -4C forecast here.

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