Possible light snow for the high-peaks in the berg and lesotho
Wed, 1 April 2020 - Staff Writer
A dusting of snow may fall on the highest-peaks of the central and southern Drakensberg this afternoon, and more snow may be on the horizon for Easter.
The data for today suggests that the freezing level may drop just enough to deposit a centimetre or two of snow on the highest peaks in the Lesotho Drakensberg, as per our map.
SnowReportSA has been watching the range of data that we have access to since February and we’ve seen the forecast freezing levels dropping almost low enough for snow on a number of occasions.
No low-level snow is expected, and the freezing level is probably not likely to be low enough for snow at the top of Sani Pass but we are keeping an eye on our webcams.
Last year SnowReportSA forecast snow for April and the forecast proved to be correct, with some wonderful photographs being sent in by our followers.
With the lockdown this year it’s unlikely we will see any close-up photos of high-level snow but but hopefully our webcams will catch something during the month.
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* Story posted with permission from SnowReportSA. Please note their terms & conditions for the use of forecasts, maps, images and video by other media platforms.
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