Climate Guide of Western Cape, South Africa
Weather in the Western Cape of South Africa is influenced by various sources. The Indian Ocean and its characteristically warm waters, versus the Atlantic Ocean with its cold waters can make for potentially varied climates over short spaces. Average precipitation over much of the province equals to less than 15 inches, and further north there is even less. The rainy season coincides with the winter months of May to September. Autumn months of March and April are the most pleasant; however this area’s temperatures are enjoyable all year. In this video, WatchMojo.com learns more about the climate in the Western Cape.