- Parts of Joburg will continue to experience snow Monday evening, but none is expected on Tuesday and later in the week, according to the SA Weather Service.
- Parts of Bethlehem in the Free State and Friborg in the northwest will see lowest temperatures on Tuesday, the service said, at -6 degrees Celsius.
- Emergency services in Ekurhuleni and the Eastern Cape said they had received no reports of any weather-related incidents on Monday.
Snow will continue to fall in parts of Johannesburg Monday night.
However, no snow is expected on Tuesday and later in the week, the South African Meteorological Service said.
There were no weather warnings, thunderstorms or rain in most parts of the country, including Provinces that have seen snow, including Gauteng and the Eastern Cape.
“On Tuesday, we expect cloudy to partly cloudy weather in the eastern parts of the country, with a lot of isolated rain and rain mainly in the eastern parts of KwaZulu-Natal and Lowfield in Mpumalanga as well as the northern and eastern parts of Limpopo.”
Topila added that the lowest temperatures for Tuesday will be in Friborg in the northwest and Bethlehem in the Free State.
The temperature in both cities will be -6 degrees Celsius.
“On Wednesday, we will witness light rains in parts of the coastal region of KwaZulu-Natal,” he said.
Emergency services in Ekurhuleni, Johannesburg and the Eastern Cape said they were on high alert and had received no reports of weather-related incidents.
Ekurhuleni emergency services spokesman William Ntlady said they responded to a call about an apartment that caught fire in Boksburg, but it was too early to speculate on the cause.
The humanitarian organization Gift of the Givers said it has responded to four fires caused by geysers and unmonitored fires during cold weather.
Fifty buildings were destroyed by fires in various informal settlements. 40 people were in De Doorns, where 160 people were displaced and two killed.
On Monday, three people died when three buildings in Polar Park caught fire, leaving 15 homeless. In Langa, one person died after 10 houses caught fire.