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The National Route N3 in South Africa is a major highway stretching from Durban in the east to Johannesburg in the west. The road is paved and is typically two lanes in each direction, with some stretches having three lanes in each direction. The route is 578 kilometers long and has an average speed limit of 110 kilometers per hour. The road is well maintained with frequent rest stops and amenities located along the route. The road is mostly flat, with some hills and bends, but nothing too challenging. In the wet season, the road can become slick and slippery, so extra caution is advised. The route is typically well lit at night and is patrolled by traffic police to ensure the safety of drivers.
The National Route N3 experiences a wide range of weather conditions throughout the year. During the summer months (November to February), temperatures can reach up to 30°C and humidity levels can be high. During the winter months (June to August), temperatures can drop to 5°C at night and the days can remain chilly with temperatures rarely reaching more than 15°C. Rainfall is generally low throughout the year, but during the summer months there is a higher chance of storms and showers. Wind speeds during the summer months can reach up to 40km/h, while winter winds can be more moderate with speeds of up to 20km/h.
This map shows the current & 7-day weather forecast, road conditions, and weather radar for National Route N3.