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Dullstroom lies on the eastern escarpment of the Mpumalanga Province in South Africa and is one of the highest towns in the province. At the altitude of 2100m above MSL, one can expect a cool climate and fast changes in the daily weather conditions.
Although snow is not all that common, it does turn Dullstroom into a winter wonderland.
During the winter months, the average minimum temperatures vary between 9.2°C in September and 2,4°C in July. Frost is common and snow can also occur from time to time. The coldest night in recent times occured in June, with a minimum of -7°C.
The average winter highs vary between 19.7°C in September and 14°C in July.
Because Dullstroom lies in the summer rainfall area of South Africa, very little rain occurs in winter, although it is not impossible to have a shower of two during these months.
In summer the average minimum temperature varies between 8,9°C in April and 12,6°C in January. The average summer maximums vary between 21°C in February and 17,8°C in April.
Rainfall in summer is common and the highest total for a month was measured in January 1998 when a total of 212,mm was measured for the month.
In terms of snow, the best years were 1996 and 1997 when a snowfall of 12mm was measured on 16 July 1996 and 10mm was measured on 28 May 1997.