Hello Kim Nuri with you! A decent afternoon is in progress as we begin to shut down October and turn toward November. Temps are now in low to mid teens, getting ready to settle back into average highs of high teens during the day tomorrow. These weather conditions are forecast to continue up until around Friday, before we get some rain by the weekend.
Here are your temperatures for the first day of November. Seoul and Daegu will peak up to 22, highs for both Gwangju and Busan will reach 23 degrees.
Dajeon and Jeju will be in low 20s as well, Dokdo will be slightly cooler with a high of 20, and Mt Gumgang will only peak at 15 degrees Celcius!.
Taking a look at the international weather…
Partly cloudy skies are forecast for Beijing with highs peaking at 18 degrees…Tokyo will be slightly warmer with ample susnshine and another sunny day's in store for New Delhi and Manila just like today Regarding the flood situation around Bangkok the size of the flood threat is being down scaled as the highest of tides has passed. Mostly sunny skies are forecast to prevail in Bangkok this week but still keep tabs on any weather alerts.
Jakarta and Port Moresby will see their typical seasonal monsoon weather, while down in Australia… another sunny day's expected for Perth Meanwhile, dark clouds will hover over Sydney tomorrow with some showers forecast for Melbourne and Wellington.
In North America…Vancouver, Montreal, Chicago and Washington are all expecting cool and dry weather while some morning showers on the way for New York! LA and Mexico City will see mostly sunny skies with just a few passing clouds.
Now in South America…Cloudy and wet conditions will continue to linger over Bogota, Rio De Janeiro and Sao Paulo with highs peaking between high teens to low 20s. Most of the Southeast however, will see generally sunny skies.
Onto Europe…Moscow continues to experience chilly rain showers while London, Paris, Berlin and Rome see mostly fair conditions with some cloudy intervals Madrid will receive some widespread rain throughout the day!
Finally in Africa… Most of the continent is forecast to be nice and dry with highs ranging between the low 20s to the low 30s… The Northern tip however will receive some rain showers in the morning becoming more intermittent in the afternoon!
That's all for today's weather. Have a great evening and I'll see you back here tomorrow.
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