Weather Southern Africa
The South African Weather Service is the best place to start and is the First Link Below It gives you the Regions 1) Eastern Cape 2) Free State 3) Gauteng
4) Kwazulu Natal 5) Limpopo 6)Mpumalanga 7) Western Cape
8) Northern Cape 9) North West
It also lists Top Towns according to usage
1) Bloemfontein 2) Capetown 3) Durban 4) Johannesburg
6) Pietermaritzberg 7) Port Elizabeth 8) Pretoria
On this page I am going to give you the links that will give you the weather forecast and Day and Time as well so you can plan accordingly (Click Links Below) Lets start with Namibian weather and all you need to know. A brief overview. It has over 300 days of sunshine annually! Temperatures vary from 20-34 degrees C Cooler at night, especially in Winter.
Weather Southern africa
For complete details click Links Below: Botswana climate is Semi-arid; Warm Winters, Hot Summers. The summer season begins in November and ends in March. The winter season begins in May and ends in August. Capetown and the Western Cape. Considered to have a mostly Mediterranean climate with wet winters and dry summers. Eastern Cape, includes Port Elizabeth and East London. Weather highly varied. Check links below for details. Northern Cape, includes Orange River and Hartswater development area. Kwazulu Natal includes Durban and game reserves Also Drakensberg mountains.Check links below for in depth information. Swaziland similar to Kwazulu weather! Both Kwazulu and Swaziland are alike summer is a year round event as the temperature stays nice and warm throughout the year! Ideal for tourists seeking the warm winter days!
Botswana weather and climate
We're often asked “When is the best time to go to Botswana?", and the answer is often complex. It will depend on many things
including your interests, exactly where you want to visit and why you're
traveling. One person's best time can be another's worst!
However, often a concern about the weather underlies the question of 'the best time to go'.
So below is a broad guide to the climate of Botswana. Please remember that this comes from records and our experience, not from a crystal ball. Weather patterns across Africa are becoming increasingly unpredictable, probably due to global warming; we're seeing downpours in the middle of deserts and damaging droughts when rains should be falling.
Botswana's climatic pattern is typical of southern Africa, although its rainfall is less than countries further east. The rains in Botswana come mostly between December and March, when average minimum temperatures are in the low 20°s. Some days will be bright and sunny, some will have afternoon thunderstorms, and some will just be grey.
As with Namibia, April and May in Botswana are generally lovely, with the sky clear
and the landscape
green. Night temperatures start to drop during these months, especially
in the Kalahari. Note that places in and around the Okavango tend to
have less extreme, more moderate temperatures than the drier areas of
the Kalahari. From June to August the night-time
temperatures in drier areas can be close to freezing, but it warms up
rapidly during the day, when the sky is usually clear and blue. I now
very much 'peak season' for most safari areas: the land is dry in most
areas so the animals congregate around the few available water sources.
This continues into September and October, when temperatures climb again, drying the landscapes and concentrating the game even more. This is the best time for big game safaris – although October can feel very hot, with maximum temperatures sometimes approaching 40°C.
November is difficult to predict, as it can sometimes be a continuation of October's heat, whilst sometimes it's cooled by the first rains; it's always an interesting month.