Western Cape Weather Forecast: Partly Cloudy with Varied Temperatures for October 27, 2023

Western Cape Weather Forecast: Partly Cloudy with Varied Temperatures for October 27, 2023

Western Cape Weather Update: Partly Cloudy Skies and Temperature Range for October 27, 2023

The Western Cape is in for a day of partly cloudy conditions and a mix of cool to warm temperatures as we approach Friday, October 27, 2023.

This latest weather forecast comes directly from the South African Weather Service (SAWS) and provides insight into what residents and visitors can expect across the province.

The introduction provides a clear overview of what the weather forecast entails, highlighting the expectation of partly cloudy skies and temperature

City-Specific Weather Details for Cape Town and George

Cape Town:

  • Minimum Temperature: 13°C
  • Maximum Temperature: 20°C
  • Conditions: Partly Cloudy
  • Wind Direction: West
  • Rain Percentage: 0%
  • Humidity: 70%
  • Sunrise: 05:54
  • Sunset: 19:06


  • Minimum Temperature: 12°C
  • Maximum Temperature: 22°C
  • Conditions: Partly Cloudy
  • Wind Direction: North
  • Rain Percentage: 0%
  • Humidity: 65%
  • Sunrise: 05:36
  • Sunset: 18:48

Highlighted is the specific weather details for two major cities in the Western Cape, Cape Town and George.

It provides information on minimum and maximum temperatures, sky conditions, wind direction, rain percentage, humidity, and sunrise/sunset times.

These details are crucial for those planning their day in these cities.

Discovering the Western Cape: Size, Population, and Capital

Size of the Western Cape:

  • The Western Cape ranks as the fourth largest of South Africa’s nine provinces, covering an area of 129,449 square kilometers.

Population of the Western Cape:

  • With an estimated 7.2 million inhabitants as of the most recent census in 2020, the Western Cape is the third most populous province in South Africa.

Capital of the Western Cape:

The province’s capital city is Cape Town, situated at coordinates 33°55’31″S 18°25’26″E. Cape Town holds the distinction of being South Africa’s oldest city and serves as the country’s legislative capital.

It is also the second-largest city in South Africa, following Johannesburg.

More Information:

The “Did You Know” section provides essential facts about the Western Cape, including its size, population, and the significance of Cape Town as the provincial and legislative capital.

Additionally, it touches on some of the iconic features that make Cape Town famous, such as Table Mountain and Cape Point.

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