In its travellers' forecast for Monday, SAWS issued an orange level 5 warning for rain resulting in flooding over Cape Town.
A yellow level 2 warning for rain resulting in localised flooding was issued for the southern parts of the West Coast, Cape winelands and Overberg district municipalities.
Warnings were also issued for wind affecting navigation at sea between Cape Columbine and Cape Agulhas, while waves could make navigation difficult between Cape Columbine and Plettenberg Bay.
“Yellow level 2 warning for winds resulting in problems for high-sided vehicles, localised power interruptions and localised infrastructure damage is expected over the west coast, Cape winelands and Central Karoo of the Western Cape, the southern Namakwa district and southeastern parts of the Northern Cape and the Sarah Baartman, Chris Hani, Joe Gqabi and Raymond Mhlaba districts of the Eastern Cape,” said the weather service.
Another cold front is expected to arrive on Wednesday evening and the third on Thursday morning, bringing more rain and cold.
The weather service said no snow was predicted but cold conditions could be expected across the rest of the country over the coming days.