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Most welcome rain received in Langkloof


Nelson Mandela Bay’s catchment area in the Langkloof has received some welcome rain, with between 10 and 20 millimetres falling overnight.

The cloudy, cold and wet conditions are expected to continue into Wednesday.

Garth Sampson at the PE Branch of the SA Weather Service says Monday night’s rain was confined mostly to the coastal belt and adjacent interior which received between 10 and 30 mm of rain.

 The first big cold front of the winter season also packed a true gale-force south-westerly, with winds of 60km/h gusting up to 90km/h.  

The Port Elizabeth airport measured 12.4 mm

The 3rd avenue dip in Newton Park, 21.8 mm

In the Langkloof, Joubertina measured 21 mm, Kareedouw 25 mm, the Kouga Dam 8 mm and Patensie 14.2 mm.

Other significant falls saw Plettenberg Bay measure 27.6 mm, George 11.3 mm and Mossel Bay 17.8 mm.

Cape St  Francis received 21.6 mm of rain

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