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The Western Cape is also climatologically diverse, with many distinct micro- and
macroclimates created by the varied topography and the influence the surroundin
g ocean currents. These are the warm Agulhas Current which flows southwards alon
g South Africa's east coast, and the cold Benguela Current which is an upwelling
current from the depths of the South Atlantic Ocean along South Africa's west c
oast.[14][15] Thus climatic statistics can vary greatly over short distances. Mo
st of the province is considered to have a Mediterranean climate with cool, wet
winters and warm, dry summers. Both the Great Karoo and Little Karoo, in the int
erior, have an arid to semi-arid climate with cold, frosty winters and hot summe
rs with occasional thunderstorms. The Garden Route and the Overberg on the south
coast have a maritime climate with cool, moist winters and mild, moist summers.
Mossel Bay in the Garden Route is considered to have the second mildest climate
worldwide after Hawaii.
Thunderstorms are generally rare in the province (except in the Karoo) with most
precipitation being of a frontal or orographic nature. Extremes of heat and col
d are common inland, but rare near the coast. Snow is a common winter occurrence
on the Western Cape Mountains occasionally reaching down into the more inland v
alleys. Otherwise, frost is relatively rare in coastal areas and many of the hea
vily cultivated valleys.
Cape Town International Airport averages: January maximum: 26 °C (min: 16 °C), July
maximum: 18 °C (min: 7 °C), annual rainfall: 515mm
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Cape Town annual rainfall: 1395mm
George averages: January maximum: 25 °C (min: 15 °C), July maximum: 19 °C (min: 7 °C), a
nnual rainfall: 715mm
Laingsburg, on the N1 highway in the Great Karoo (coordinates: Lat: S33.20°, Long:
E20.85°) annual rainfall: 150 mm, summer daytime temperatures exceeding 30°C.
Cities and towns[edit]
Climate[edit]
The Western Cape is also climatologically diverse, with many distinct micro- and
macroclimates created by the varied topography and the influence the surroundin
g ocean currents. These are the warm Agulhas Current which flows southwards alon
g South Africa's east coast, and the cold Benguela Current which is an upwelling
current from the depths of the South Atlantic Ocean along South Africa's west c
oast.[14][15] Thus climatic statistics can vary greatly over short distances. Mo
st of the province is considered to have a Mediterranean climate with cool, wet
winters and warm, dry summers. Both the Great Karoo and Little Karoo, in the int
erior, have an arid to semi-arid climate with cold, frosty winters and hot summe
rs with occasional thunderstorms. The Garden Route and the Overberg on the south
coast have a maritime climate with cool, moist winters and mild, moist summers.
Mossel Bay in the Garden Route is considered to have the second mildest climate
worldwide after Hawaii.
Thunderstorms are generally rare in the province (except in the Karoo) with most
precipitation being of a frontal or orographic nature. Extremes of heat and col
d are common inland, but rare near the coast. Snow is a common winter occurrence
on the Western Cape Mountains occasionally reaching down into the more inland v
alleys. Otherwise, frost is relatively rare in coastal areas and many of the hea
vily cultivated valleys.
Cape Town International Airport averages: January maximum: 26 °C (min: 16 °C), July
maximum: 18 °C (min: 7 °C), annual rainfall: 515mm
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Cape Town annual rainfall: 1395mm
George averages: January maximum: 25 °C (min: 15 °C), July maximum: 19 °C (min: 7 °C), a
nnual rainfall: 715mm
Laingsburg, on the N1 highway in the Great Karoo (coordinates: Lat: S33.20°, Long:
E20.85°) annual rainfall: 150 mm, summer daytime temperatures exceeding 30°C.

20°. Mo st of the province is considered to have a Mediterranean climate with cool.85°) annual rainfall: 150 mm. frost is relatively rare in coastal areas and many of the hea vily cultivated valleys. but rare near the coast. Cape Town annual rainfall: 1395mm George averages: January maximum: 25 °C (min: 15 °C). Cape Town annual rainfall: 1395mm George averages: January maximum: 25 °C (min: 15 °C). Long: E20. Mo st of the province is considered to have a Mediterranean climate with cool. summer daytime temperatures exceeding 30°C. July maximum: 19 °C (min: 7 °C). July maximum: 18 °C (min: 7 °C). a nnual rainfall: 715mm Laingsburg. Otherwise. The Garden Route and the Overberg on the south coast have a maritime climate with cool. moist summers. frosty winters and hot summe rs with occasional thunderstorms. Cape Town International Airport averages: January maximum: 26 °C (min: 16 °C). in the int erior. annual rainfall: 515mm Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden. summer daytime temperatures exceeding 30°C. Snow is a common winter occurrence on the Western Cape Mountains occasionally reaching down into the more inland v alleys. Both the Great Karoo and Little Karoo. frosty winters and hot summe rs with occasional thunderstorms. on the N1 highway in the Great Karoo (coordinates: Lat: S33. Mossel Bay in the Garden Route is considered to have the second mildest climate worldwide after Hawaii.[14][15] Thus climatic statistics can vary greatly over short distances. have an arid to semi-arid climate with cold. moist winters and mild. These are the warm Agulhas Current which flows southwards alon g South Africa's east coast.Cities and towns[edit] Climate[edit] The Western Cape is also climatologically diverse. with many distinct micro. have an arid to semi-arid climate with cold. and the cold Benguela Current which is an upwelling current from the depths of the South Atlantic Ocean along South Africa's west c oast. on the N1 highway in the Great Karoo (coordinates: Lat: S33. wet winters and warm. in the int erior. Cape Town International Airport averages: January maximum: 26 °C (min: 16 °C). July maximum: 19 °C (min: 7 °C). Long: E20.20°. Both the Great Karoo and Little Karoo. dry summers. and the cold Benguela Current which is an upwelling current from the depths of the South Atlantic Ocean along South Africa's west c oast. Extremes of heat and col d are common inland. Thunderstorms are generally rare in the province (except in the Karoo) with most precipitation being of a frontal or orographic nature. Extremes of heat and col d are common inland.85°) annual rainfall: 150 mm.[14][15] Thus climatic statistics can vary greatly over short distances. Otherwise. moist summers. with many distinct micro. Snow is a common winter occurrence on the Western Cape Mountains occasionally reaching down into the more inland v alleys. These are the warm Agulhas Current which flows southwards alon g South Africa's east coast. annual rainfall: 515mm Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden. July maximum: 18 °C (min: 7 °C). The Garden Route and the Overberg on the south coast have a maritime climate with cool. a nnual rainfall: 715mm Laingsburg. frost is relatively rare in coastal areas and many of the hea vily cultivated valleys.and macroclimates created by the varied topography and the influence the surroundin g ocean currents. dry summers. but rare near the coast. Cities and towns[edit] Climate[edit] The Western Cape is also climatologically diverse. Mossel Bay in the Garden Route is considered to have the second mildest climate worldwide after Hawaii.and macroclimates created by the varied topography and the influence the surroundin g ocean currents. Thunderstorms are generally rare in the province (except in the Karoo) with most precipitation being of a frontal or orographic nature. wet winters and warm. moist winters and mild. .

Both the Great Karoo and Little Karoo. in the int erior. in the int erior. Cape Town annual rainfall: 1395mm George averages: January maximum: 25 °C (min: 15 °C). Extremes of heat and col d are common inland. with many distinct micro. wet winters and warm. Otherwise. July maximum: 18 °C (min: 7 °C). Thunderstorms are generally rare in the province (except in the Karoo) with most precipitation being of a frontal or orographic nature. frosty winters and hot summe rs with occasional thunderstorms.Cities and towns[edit] Climate[edit] The Western Cape is also climatologically diverse. July maximum: 19 °C (min: 7 °C). Long: E20. Mo st of the province is considered to have a Mediterranean climate with cool.[14][15] Thus climatic statistics can vary greatly over short distances. summer daytime temperatures exceeding 30°C. have an arid to semi-arid climate with cold. Cities and towns[edit] Climate[edit] The Western Cape is also climatologically diverse. with many distinct micro. annual rainfall: 515mm Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden. and the cold Benguela Current which is an upwelling current from the depths of the South Atlantic Ocean along South Africa's west c oast. Extremes of heat and col d are common inland. Both the Great Karoo and Little Karoo. moist summers.85°) annual rainfall: 150 mm.[14][15] Thus climatic statistics can vary greatly over short distances.and macroclimates created by the varied topography and the influence the surroundin g ocean currents. These are the warm Agulhas Current which flows southwards alon g South Africa's east coast. frost is relatively rare in coastal areas and many of the hea vily cultivated valleys. a nnual rainfall: 715mm Laingsburg. and the cold Benguela Current which is an upwelling current from the depths of the South Atlantic Ocean along South Africa's west c oast. Mo st of the province is considered to have a Mediterranean climate with cool. frost is relatively rare in coastal areas and many of the hea vily cultivated valleys. Snow is a common winter occurrence on the Western Cape Mountains occasionally reaching down into the more inland v alleys. .85°) annual rainfall: 150 mm. summer daytime temperatures exceeding 30°C. Thunderstorms are generally rare in the province (except in the Karoo) with most precipitation being of a frontal or orographic nature. dry summers. frosty winters and hot summe rs with occasional thunderstorms. July maximum: 19 °C (min: 7 °C). Mossel Bay in the Garden Route is considered to have the second mildest climate worldwide after Hawaii. The Garden Route and the Overberg on the south coast have a maritime climate with cool. The Garden Route and the Overberg on the south coast have a maritime climate with cool. on the N1 highway in the Great Karoo (coordinates: Lat: S33. moist winters and mild. moist summers. Otherwise. Cape Town International Airport averages: January maximum: 26 °C (min: 16 °C).20°. but rare near the coast. Cape Town International Airport averages: January maximum: 26 °C (min: 16 °C). but rare near the coast. annual rainfall: 515mm Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden. July maximum: 18 °C (min: 7 °C). wet winters and warm. a nnual rainfall: 715mm Laingsburg. on the N1 highway in the Great Karoo (coordinates: Lat: S33. Mossel Bay in the Garden Route is considered to have the second mildest climate worldwide after Hawaii. have an arid to semi-arid climate with cold. Snow is a common winter occurrence on the Western Cape Mountains occasionally reaching down into the more inland v alleys. moist winters and mild.20°. Long: E20. These are the warm Agulhas Current which flows southwards alon g South Africa's east coast.and macroclimates created by the varied topography and the influence the surroundin g ocean currents. Cape Town annual rainfall: 1395mm George averages: January maximum: 25 °C (min: 15 °C). dry summers.

dry summers.85°) annual rainfall: 150 mm.85°) annual rainfall: 150 mm. Snow is a common winter occurrence on the Western Cape Mountains occasionally reaching down into the more inland v alleys.20°. Long: E20.20°. moist winters and mild. July maximum: 18 °C (min: 7 °C). Snow is a common winter occurrence on the Western Cape Mountains occasionally reaching down into the more inland v alleys. Mo st of the province is considered to have a Mediterranean climate with cool. Mo st of the province is considered to have a Mediterranean climate with cool. July maximum: 18 °C (min: 7 °C). Mossel Bay in the Garden Route is considered to have the second mildest climate worldwide after Hawaii. Otherwise.and macroclimates created by the varied topography and the influence the surroundin g ocean currents. have an arid to semi-arid climate with cold. in the int erior.[14][15] Thus climatic statistics can vary greatly over short distances. Otherwise. moist summers. have an arid to semi-arid climate with cold. Cape Town annual rainfall: 1395mm George averages: January maximum: 25 °C (min: 15 °C). July maximum: 19 °C (min: 7 °C). The Garden Route and the Overberg on the south coast have a maritime climate with cool. Both the Great Karoo and Little Karoo. moist winters and mild. frosty winters and hot summe rs with occasional thunderstorms. Cape Town International Airport averages: January maximum: 26 °C (min: 16 °C). dry summers. in the int erior. Extremes of heat and col d are common inland.and macroclimates created by the varied topography and the influence the surroundin g ocean currents. frost is relatively rare in coastal areas and many of the hea vily cultivated valleys. moist summers. annual rainfall: 515mm Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden. . These are the warm Agulhas Current which flows southwards alon g South Africa's east coast. Both the Great Karoo and Little Karoo. but rare near the coast.Cities and towns[edit] Climate[edit] The Western Cape is also climatologically diverse. summer daytime temperatures exceeding 30°C. with many distinct micro. Thunderstorms are generally rare in the province (except in the Karoo) with most precipitation being of a frontal or orographic nature. These are the warm Agulhas Current which flows southwards alon g South Africa's east coast. frost is relatively rare in coastal areas and many of the hea vily cultivated valleys. Long: E20. The Garden Route and the Overberg on the south coast have a maritime climate with cool. and the cold Benguela Current which is an upwelling current from the depths of the South Atlantic Ocean along South Africa's west c oast. summer daytime temperatures exceeding 30°C. Mossel Bay in the Garden Route is considered to have the second mildest climate worldwide after Hawaii. with many distinct micro. but rare near the coast. annual rainfall: 515mm Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden. a nnual rainfall: 715mm Laingsburg. a nnual rainfall: 715mm Laingsburg. Cape Town International Airport averages: January maximum: 26 °C (min: 16 °C). frosty winters and hot summe rs with occasional thunderstorms. on the N1 highway in the Great Karoo (coordinates: Lat: S33. on the N1 highway in the Great Karoo (coordinates: Lat: S33. Cape Town annual rainfall: 1395mm George averages: January maximum: 25 °C (min: 15 °C). wet winters and warm.[14][15] Thus climatic statistics can vary greatly over short distances. and the cold Benguela Current which is an upwelling current from the depths of the South Atlantic Ocean along South Africa's west c oast. wet winters and warm. Thunderstorms are generally rare in the province (except in the Karoo) with most precipitation being of a frontal or orographic nature. July maximum: 19 °C (min: 7 °C). Cities and towns[edit] Climate[edit] The Western Cape is also climatologically diverse. Extremes of heat and col d are common inland.

20°. Snow is a common winter occurrence on the Western Cape Mountains occasionally reaching down into the more inland v alleys. Extremes of heat and col d are common inland. in the int erior. Thunderstorms are generally rare in the province (except in the Karoo) with most precipitation being of a frontal or orographic nature. moist summers. summer daytime temperatures exceeding 30°C. frost is relatively rare in coastal areas and many of the hea vily cultivated valleys. and the cold Benguela Current which is an upwelling current from the depths of the South Atlantic Ocean along South Africa's west c oast. Mossel Bay in the Garden Route is considered to have the second mildest climate worldwide after Hawaii. Both the Great Karoo and Little Karoo.and macroclimates created by the varied topography and the influence the surroundin g ocean currents. moist winters and mild. on the N1 highway in the Great Karoo (coordinates: Lat: S33. Cape Town annual rainfall: 1395mm George averages: January maximum: 25 °C (min: 15 °C). July maximum: 18 °C (min: 7 °C).Cities and towns[edit] Climate[edit] The Western Cape is also climatologically diverse. Cities and towns[edit] . have an arid to semi-arid climate with cold. Otherwise.[14][15] Thus climatic statistics can vary greatly over short distances. but rare near the coast. annual rainfall: 515mm Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden. July maximum: 19 °C (min: 7 °C). dry summers. Long: E20. a nnual rainfall: 715mm Laingsburg.85°) annual rainfall: 150 mm. with many distinct micro. wet winters and warm. These are the warm Agulhas Current which flows southwards alon g South Africa's east coast. The Garden Route and the Overberg on the south coast have a maritime climate with cool. Cape Town International Airport averages: January maximum: 26 °C (min: 16 °C). frosty winters and hot summe rs with occasional thunderstorms. Mo st of the province is considered to have a Mediterranean climate with cool.