Cape Town Floods & Snow: Pictures & Video

Cape Town is flooding and we've sourced all the latest videos and images for you


Image by @LifeisSavage

 

The people of Cape Town have been clawing their way out of the critical drought zone in the Western Cape area.  There is high praise across all social media platforms the moment we get a drop of rain, but Cape Town has experienced massive amounts of water coming down this weekend across all parts of the Western Province region and most importantly hitting the catchment zones around the well needed Theewaterskloof and surrounds (see bottom of the post updated levels of all dams).

We have found the flooding, the downpour and the damage from all sources of the internet, but if we have missed anything, feel free to inbox us your links and we’ll add it to the list.

SNOW ON TABLE MOUNTAIN:

And here we have it! Megham and Matt found the snow on Table Mountain. "Hi! Had quite a bit of snow on Table mountain about an hour and a half ago. Also had quite a lot of hail a little lower down. Didnt take more photos our hands were too cold"

Posted by Snow Report SA on Monday, 2 July 2018

Wanted to go up Table Mountain to check for snow, but impossible to climb up and cable car not running due to strong winds. Will try again tomorrow. 2 degrees on the mountain right now. Platteklip yesterday.

Posted by Camps Bay Apartments on Sunday, 1 July 2018

Derrick Van Dam updates us:

Cape Town: Miracle On The Rise

Cape Town stuns the world and avoids "Day Zero" through 2019, but the drought isn't over yet. Healthy winter rains and a robust water conservation effort by Capetonians have all led to this miraculous turn of events. WATCH NOW.

Posted by Derek Van Dam on Sunday, 1 July 2018

Long Street – Cape Town CBD:

You want water you got it ….long street Right now

Posted by Andrew Norris on Sunday, 1 July 2018

Snow in Ceres:

Posted by Werner Teubes on Monday, 2 July 2018

Via #SnowReportSouthAfrica#Snow

Posted by Mogamad Noér Amardien on Sunday, 1 July 2018

Snow really coming down at Matroosberg

Our new snow reporter in the Western Cape experiences the most impressive falling snow he's been in while in South Africa – in fact it almost felt like being in a North Americam winter! Richard and the team stayed up late waiting for the snow so that you could all enjoy an early morning video, but they were not expecting it to come down so heavily around the cottages at Matroosberg Private Nature Reserve near Ceres.

Posted by Snow Report SA on Sunday, 1 July 2018

Frost in Muizenberg:

Frost in Muizenberg!

Posted by Tony Vincent on Sunday, 1 July 2018

Theewaterskloof Dam:

The Theewaterskloof Dam in Villiersdorp is streaming with water this morning, increasing hopes that dam levels could rise. On Friday, the Theewaterskloof Dam level stood at 31.4 per cent, with average dam levels at 44.1 per cent. Footage: Supplied

Posted by Voice of the Cape Radio – VOC on Sunday, 1 July 2018

Snow at High Noon and surrounds. Still raining as well. TWK dam should reach 50% in 2 weeks. Come with your 4X4's to Kroonland 4X4 and experience the snow in Villiersdorp. Awesome waterfalls as well.

Posted by Selwyn Lloyd on Monday, 2 July 2018

N1 City Mall

N1 city flooding

Posted by Fern Procter on Sunday, 1 July 2018

 

Somerset West Main Road – Cape Town

Earlier today down Main Road!

Posted by Edwin Lott Cleophas on Sunday, 1 July 2018

Sneeu op Bosberg Somerset Oos, Oos Kaap. Vergunning aan Dix Erasmus vir die video

Posted by Schalk W De Bruin on Monday, 2 July 2018

Sea Point – Oliver Road

Gordons Bay – Main Road

Lansia Road – Hanover Park:

#CTFlooding This is Lansia road in Hanover Park. Flooding as a result of heavy rains; residents say drains are blocked. @MoniqueMortlock

Posted by Andrew Sokolic on Sunday, 1 July 2018

Massive downpour in Riviersondereind:

Posted by Ian Van Den Berg on Sunday, 1 July 2018

Posted by Ian Van Den Berg on Sunday, 1 July 2018

Waterfalls in the Breede Valley:

Waterfalls everywhere fast flowing rivers storming!

Posted by Colleen Daniels on Sunday, 1 July 2018

Vygieskraal Rivier – Nantes:

Vygieskraal river running thru Nantes this morning

Posted by Anthony Keith Liederman on Sunday, 1 July 2018

Bainskloof Pass:

Bainskloof Pass today…. absolutely awesome to see!!

Posted by Michelle Jose on Sunday, 1 July 2018

Snow really coming down at Matroosberg

Our new snow reporter in the Western Cape experiences the most impressive falling snow he's been in while in South Africa – in fact it almost felt like being in a North Americam winter! Richard and the team stayed up late waiting for the snow so that you could all enjoy an early morning video, but they were not expecting it to come down so heavily around the cottages at Matroosberg Private Nature Reserve near Ceres.

Posted by Snow Report SA on Sunday, 1 July 2018

Eersterivier – Stellenbosch:

Eersterivier, Stellenbosch 1/07/2018 om 12h30

Posted by Janine Taylor on Sunday, 1 July 2018

Spur took a little beating with the massive downpour:

Heavy rains this morning caused spurs ceiling to leak 🌧

Posted by Jessica-anne Gerber Mostert on Sunday, 1 July 2018

Streets of Mitchells Plain:

Was sent this from someone in mitchells plain

Posted by Adrian Fray on Sunday, 1 July 2018

Goodwood Street – Goodwood:

WATCH: Heavy downpours in Milton Road Goodwood as an intense frontal system make landfall over the Western Cape.

Posted by SABC News Western Cape on Sunday, 1 July 2018

GARDENS – Cape Town:

LANGEBAAN – Western Cape

 

Rawsonville – Worcester:

Posted by David Haddad on Sunday, 1 July 2018

Posted by David Haddad on Sunday, 1 July 2018

Pinelands – Cape Town:

Thinking walking the dogs is off the cards for today. Stay warm, or drink brandy…

Posted by Warren Manuel on Sunday, 1 July 2018

Ceres Snow via Drone

SNOW HITS CAPE TOWN!!!!

***SNOW ALERT*** DRONE captures amazing scenes of SNOW in the Cape. Is this fixing the drought problems?SHARE THIS VIDEO // LIKE MY PAGE // DON'T EAT YELLOW SNOW 😉

Posted by Adam Spires – Wannabe Vlogger on Monday, 2 July 2018

READING OF THE DAM LEVELS: 29/06/2018

Send us your videos and images of the Western Cape storms and we’ll add them to the list above!


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    1. Hi Nic.

      Thanks for this, little misleading post we found online and we’ve removed it. Thanks so much for letting us know

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