Until 10. July 2021, 3 cooldowns are forecasted for South Africa - in Drakensberg Mountains and Lesotho with snowfall, but in Cape Town region with serious risk of winter floods.
About June coldwaves in South Africa we have informed last week /https://mkweather.com/this-image-is-real-and-its-in-south-africa-the-next-powerful-coldwave-and-snowing-expected//.
On Tuesday, 29. June 2021, before a cold front, is in South Africa extremely hot, up to +36,4°C in Skukuza.
However, the air above the continent is extremely dry and only on Sunday, 27. June 2021, -8,3°C was measured in Fauresmith, only at 1387 MASL.
When cold fronts will shift across South Africa eastward, temperatures around -15°C in these populated mountainous regions are possible. Cooldown partially hits Namibia.
Very dry air hit in last period Madagascar, too.
Minimum temperatures in the country dropped only to +3,0°C in Antsirabe (1520 MASL),+6,5C in the capital Antananarivo, +13,3C in Tulear (Toliara) and Moromba, and +16,8C in the island of Nosy Be.
Meanwhile, neighbouring Mozambique hit in the half of June 2021 severe floods.