Spring on hold for WC
Another cold front is expected to hit the Western Cape on Monday night.
CAPE TOWN - Spring maybe on hold for the Western Cape as yet another cold front is set to hit the peninsula on Monday night.
Weather SA forecaster Rian Smit said, "We are expecting another cold front to make landfall and that's going to cause more rain. It will be quite rapid, nothing compared to what we had these past couple of days."
Smit said warmer spring weather conditions can be expected in a few days time.
"Conditions will greatly improve this week and we will begin seeing more sunny days."
Meanwhile, social services organisation, Badisa, said it was concerned by the deaths of three people in Cape Town.
Two cold fronts hammered the peninsula for much of last week bringing with it heavy rain, strong winds and cold temperatures.
Thousands of people were left destitute by flooding. Three homeless people died as temperatures plummeted.
Badisa's Annemarie Bezuidenhout said the organisation distributes relief aid to more than 80 communities across the province.
"In general we support people in need and in normal circumstances we can't supply all the demands that there is according to the needs of people. So in this bad weather conditions, the need would be more than the general."