Some South Africans are experiencing a winter wonderland. Areas just like the Matroosberg mountains within the Western Cape noticed fluffy snow over the weekend. Many residents in Sutherland within the Northern Cape woke as much as frost which made for pleasant photos.
Temperature determines the form of a person snowflake. Curiously, snow that has simply fallen absorbs sound waves and this ends in a quiet atmosphere after heavy snow. After it melts and refreezes, the ice from the snow displays sound waves and this permits sound to journey additional and clearer.
Snow is usually trapped air and this makes it a fantastic insulator. Many animals hibernate within the snow and igloos are stated to be 100 levels hotter inside than exterior. It takes about an hour for a single snowflake to depart from its cloud and attain the earth.
Report SA shared some footage with us. Have a look.
Matroosberg Nature Reserve, Western Cape
Footage: Storm Report SA
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