Since it started bucketing down late Tuesday night, the Cape has had its fair share of rain. Today the City of Cape Town released the latest dam levels.
The fire raging up the coast has caused extensive devastation in the Knysna and Plett areas, and this drone footage just about sums up what’s left behind.
If you want to know how to lend a hand to those who have suffered these past few days, as well as those fighting the blaze, this is a good place to start.
The Theewaterskloof dam levels have been in the news of late for all the wrong reasons, so let’s check in and see what effect the #CapeStorm has had.
As the Cape Storm ravaged through the peninsula yesterday, the areas surrounding Knysna had their own disaster to deal with: a truly horrific fire.
You can only watch this video below if you promise to RELAX, RELAX, RELAX, RELAX, CALM DOWN and RELAX.
They warned it was going to get hectic after lunch, and over in Sea Point it’s clear the storm is making good on those promises.
Feel it, it is here – the monster finally kicked into gear late last night, and it did manage to do some damage. Of course the ‘best’ is still to come.
It might be relatively calm where you are, but don’t let that fool you. Cavendish Square has now been closed down for the day, and it’s easy to see why.
Chances are you’ve thought about how awful it would be to be on the streets during this torrid weather, but how can you help? It’s real, real easy.
Not in Cape Town? Don’t have a window to look out of? Want to know what’s to come? Not to worry, we found a whole lot of websites that will keep you well informed.