The weather forecast for the Mother City on Tuesday, 4 December 2018 is a dry overcast day with gentle breezes.
The South African Weather Service has predicted cool temperatures for the City of Cape Town on Tuesday, 4 December 2018.
The minimum temperature is 14 degrees Celsius and the maximum temperature predicted is 21 degrees Celsius. The cold temperatures will be accompanied by light breezes travelling at 9.3 km per hour in the early morning. There will be slightly stronger breezes travelling at 18.5 km per hour in the afternoon and in the evening.
High tides of 166cm are expected just before 1:30pm this afternoon the tides will be low in the evening measuring at only 32cm just before 8pm on Tuesday, 4 December 2018.
There will also be 60 per cent cloud cover throughout most of the day and the national weather service expects complete overcast later in the evening. This means that beachgoers should get a fair amount of sun for the day.
The level of humidity will be at 65 per cent., The weather will not, however, improve the water crisis in the city as there is very little chance of rainfall on Tuesday, 4 December 2018. Foreign weather forecasting sources also predict an 8 per cent chance of rain, while the national weather service expects no rain at all.
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