Cape Town’s south-easter is once again showing its nasty side, knocking down trees and causing havoc around the city’s CBD. Hang in there.
Prepare for a beast of a day in the Mother City, some weather sites predicting gusts of winds close to 100 km/h during the day.
Strong winds are a force to be reckoned with and when you’re a commercial pilot, you have to deal with it as if your training for it was nothing.
Whilst we are no strangers to a bit of southeaster the last 24 hours have seen us battered by some excessive conditions. The struggle was real.
A massive storm descended upon California, this can only mean one thing: Surf’s up dudes! Check out this incredible waves here!
Capetonians know the notorious South Easter very well. It has moved through the city at a rate of knots for years. Now it’s causing havoc at the bottom of Table Mountain.
Cape Town’s two-day spree of wind gusts reported to range between 50 and 120kph are the topic du jour at the moment. So much so that a name was coined for this particularly beastly South Easter on Twitter: #HurricaneGatiema. The hashtag trended in Cape Town shortly after lunch time. #hurricanegatiema is […]
Cape Town was visited by some distant cousin of hurricane Sandy yesterday, with 50km/h+ winds. Sadly for some concert goers, a massive advertising tower was blown over at Cape Town stadium, crashing to the ground, killing 1 and injuring some 20 others.