- The South African Weather Services has warned of extremely high fire danger conditions expected over the interior of the Northern Cape and the central Karoo of the Western Cape.
Winds of up to 20km/h can also be expected in the area tomorrow, and members of the public are urged to be extremely cautious of any fire hazards, which might lead to wild fires in the area.
In the area, maximum temperatures are expected to reach as high as 39°C in Beaufort-West and Upington, 37°C in Kimberley and 35°C in De Aar.
Higher up in the country, The South African Weather Service has forecast a 30% of rain over Gauteng, North West province, the northern part of the Free State, central and western parts of Limpopo and Mpumalanga for Thursday, 11 February.
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Temperatures in the northern parts of SA will be hot, with Skukuza and Lephalale reaching 38°C. Johannesburg will be slightly cooler at 31°C.
Along the coasts, Durban is expected to reach a maximum of 28°C, while Cape Town and Port Elizabethis expected to reach a high of 27°C.