Weather South Africa have advised that South Africa will experience a tropical storm called Dineo. Dineo will become a cyclone and it will affect parts of Limpopo and Mpumalanga.
With it, will come heavy downfalls to Mpumalanga and Limpopo from Thursday.
The tropical weather system forming started in Mozambique, and it is expected move into South Africa, where it will affect the Mopani district, Vhembe district and Ehlanzeni in Mpumalanga.
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“Whilst there is much uncertainty regarding the location and timing of the storm’s impact within South Africa‚ the most likely areas to be affected include the Ehlanzeni district (including the Kruger National Park) in Mpumalanga as well as Mopani and Vhembe districts in Limpopo‚ before spreading to other districts in Limpopo‚” the weather service said on Monday.
“Whilst much rainfall can be expected for southern Mozambique as well as parts of South Africa later in the week‚ the system itself will‚ in all probability‚ dissipate within 36 to 48 hours of moving inland.”
So my people in Limpopo, be prepared. But I have trust that God will take care of all of you.
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