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The National Route N11 is a major highway running through South Africa, connecting the cities of Johannesburg, Bloemfontein, and Durban. The road has an overall length of 773 kilometers, and is mostly two lanes in width, with short sections of four-lane highway. The road is generally in good condition, with a smooth and even surface. The speed limit is usually 120 km/h, though some sections are limited to 100 km/h. There are a few steep sections, with grades of up to 6%, but most of the road is relatively flat. The road is well-marked and well-maintained, with frequent rest stops and emergency phone boxes along the way. The road is usually free of traffic, but can become congested during peak times.
The National Route N11 experiences a variety of weather conditions throughout the year. During the summer months, temperatures typically range from 18-30°C, with occasional heat waves reaching up to 35°C. During the winter months, temperatures usually range from 8-20°C, with occasional cold snaps dipping as low as 5°C.
Rainfall is generally higher during the summer months, with an average of around 100mm per month. During the winter, rainfall is significantly lower, with an average of around 40mm per month.
Wind speeds remain relatively constant throughout the year, with an average of 8-10km/h. However, winds can occasionally reach up to 25km/h, particularly during the summer months.
Finally, humidity levels range from 40-80% throughout the year, with the highest levels being experienced in the spring and summer months.
This map shows the current & 7-day weather forecast, road conditions, and weather radar for National Route N11.