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Gauteng residents have been laughing through their tears as they have waited for the sun to return; after what feels like weeks, it finally arrives.


Gauteng, South Africa (08 February 2021) – It isn’t often we laugh alongside our weathermen and women, but the Gauteng Weather team have had us laughing out loud all day today!

The province has had grey skies for going on two weeks now and with very little breaks in the way of rain. We are not complaining; the weather has meant that local dams have filled up more than enough to get us through the dry season that is around the corner.

There have been several jokes floating around the internet of late, including one that goes along the lines of “if Joburgers don’t see the sun soon, they will be speaking British”. That one gave us a good chuckle. We found the meme that has been shared, take a look below.

Gauteng Weather has also been having a little fun at the province’s expense.

They have even started giving washing tips with their weather forecast. I mean, we are not sure whether to laugh or cry at this point.

All jokes aside, we hope you managed to get some washing done and dried during this brief sunny day. We know we love the sun a little more after all this.

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