The South African Weather Service (SAWS) has warned the people of KwaZulu-Natal to prepare for another and a more intense spate of weather on Thursday.
Mzansi has been experiencing some serious weather the past few days with the eastern parts facing torrential downpour and extremely strong winds.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the torrential downpour set to hit KZN tomorrow has been labelled “an extreme danger to life”.
Two people have already lost their lives while many buildings, roads and other structures have been damaged – these warnings are serious and not to be taken lightly.
SAWS says that KZN can expect a massive 100-150mm of rain in a 24-hour period on Thursday along with wind speeds reaching up to and possibly surpassing 70km/h.
The weather forecast for Thursday is predicted to be so severe that it has even been classed as being ‘biblical’.
The worst is set to set in just after 8pm on Thursday evening and to continue right through into Friday afternoon.
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