In the picture is a cold front heading in from the sea. One can see a front while it is still far out and watch it slowly move in toward land and eventually engulf the city in thick mist.
Since I can only really speak English properly I can't discern accents in other languages. But English language accents vary considerably. Some are easier to understand such as American or Australian. The Scots and Jamaicans are difficult to understand. My ear can't easily tell the difference between a Canadian and an American or an Australian and a New Zealander.
In South Africa our accents are largely to do with home language. You can hear someone who speaks Afrikaans or Xhosa at home when they speak English. But apart from that it's not easy to tell which region someone is from based on accent.
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