Cold front moves towards East London after storm wreaks havoc in Western Cape

  |   Knysnanews

Cape Town - An intensive cold snap characterised by heavy rains, flooding and strong winds wreaked havoc in parts of the province, while light snow fell on the higher peaks as the mercury dropped.

Across the Western Cape trees were uprooted, roofs were blown off buildings and traffic was disrupted. Roads were flooded and power outages were reported in several suburbs.

The lower-lying parts of Cape Town, the southern West Coast ,Overberg and the winelands were flooded according to reports.

The City of Cape Town tweeted: “Due to the intensity of the storm, prolonged outages are being experienced in some areas. Work continues.”...

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