Dozens of families made their way to the top of Swartberg Pass to frolic about in the snow on Wednesday as a cold front has South Africans and Namibians alike piling on the layers of clothing for a little while longer. The South African Weather Service meanwhile warns that the cold is not going anywhere soon, saying it will be a mostly cloudy to cold day on Thursday, with strong winds and high seas expected in some provinces, and that another well developed cold front is expected to affect the Western and Northern Cape provinces from late Friday evening to Sunday. The public and/or small stock farmers, News24 reports, are advised that snow, very cold conditions, gale force winds and rough seas and significant rainfall can be expected.