Cape Town disaster risk management says no further flooding was reported due to yesterday and last.....

Cape Town disaster risk management says no further flooding was reported due to yesterday and last night's rain, but assessments will continue today. Mopping-up operations will also continue after at least 700 structures in informal settlements in Khayelitsha, Strand,

Gugulethu and Crossroads were affected by heavy downpours. The weather office predicts that it will be cold to cool this mornig with isolated showers, but that it will clear up later today. A light dusting of snow can be seen on the top of the Matroosberg near Ceres this morning. Snow is also expected on mountain peaks in the south-western and southern areas of the Western Cape. Forecaster, Lauren Smith, says another cold front will be

making landfall on Monday. (Image: Matroosberg Reserve)

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