Climate of the KwaZulu Natal province brought to you by Conference Venues South Africa including KwaZulu Natal's rainfall, micro- and macroclimates and temperatures.
KwaZulu Natal has a diverse yet verdant climate thanks to it's complex topography. The coastal area of the province is generally subtropical with inland regions generally colder. Durban on the south coast of KwaZulu Natal has an annual rainfall of 1009 mm, with daytime maxims peaking from January to March at 28 ° and dropping to daytime highs from June to August of 23 °C. The temperature drops dramatically towards the hinterland of KwaZulu Natal.
Pietermaritzburg experiences similar summers but is much cooler in the winter. Ladysmith can reach 30 °C in the summer but may drop below freezing point on winter nights. The Drakensberg experiences heavy winter snow, and sometimes light snow on the highest peaks in summer. The north coast of Zululand has the warmest climate in KwaZulu Natal, with many sugar cane farms around Pongola.