Oct 31, 2019Port Elizabeth – Some welcome rain fell overnight, but unfortunately this was confined to the coastal belt between Plettenberg Bay and Port Alfred, the Port Elizabeth office of the South African Weather Service said on Thursday.”Port Elizabet recorded 1,0 mm at the airport and 10 mm at Riverstone Bridge,” described Garth Sampson, the SA Weather Service’s Client Liaison Officer for the Eastern Cape Region.”Plettenberg Bay and Port Alfred, as well as the Catchment at Kareedouw, only received around one and a half mm.”Latest rainfall figures Station Names31Nelson Mandela BayAWOSPort Elizabeth Airport1.0ARS3rd Ave Dip5.8ARSBlue Horizon Bay4.2ARSChatty7.6AWSCoega3.0AWSHFettes Road3.2ARSFlower Reserve3.6AWSHMotherwell*ARSRiverstone Bridge9.8ARSSt Albans3.0AWSUitenhage*ManWoodridge3.1CatchmentAWSJoubertinaNILARSKareedouw1.4ManKareedouwNILManKouga DamNILAWSPatensieNILOther TownsAWSAddoNILAWSBisho/KWTNILAWSCape St Francis3.8AWSCradockNILAWSEast LondonNILAWSFort BeaufortNILAWSGeorgeNILAWSGraaff ReinetNILAWSGrahamstownNILAWSHenry`s FlatsNILAWSJoubertinaNILAWSMossel BayNILAWSMthathaNILAWSPlettenberg bay1.4AWSPort Alfred1.6AWSQueenstownNILFollow more RNEWS articles, subscribe to our YouTube channel and for breaking news LIKE us on Facebook. For news on the Western Cape click here.For great savings on life’s little pleasures visit Bargain Buys! Know somebody who is getting married, Wedding and Function can assist. Have kids, then you need to visit Kids Connection. Enjoy food and travel, then visit Home Food and Travel. Need assistance with an online presence, visit Agency One.