While it was a cloudy day here in Seoul, it poured heavily in Jeju and some of the southern provinces. In fact, a heavy rain advisory was issued in Jeju as Seogwipo city received more than 100 millimeters of precipitation. And rain clouds are still expected to cover the southern regions until late at night.
Jeju and the southern coastal regions of the Gyeongsang-do provinces will get an additional 10 to 50 millimeters of showerswhile other southern areas will see between 5 to 30millimeters. But it should all let up by the morning. The upper parts of the nations, including Seoul, will be under mostly sunny skies.
So temperature readings will go up again tomorrow
Seoul will see a high of 28, while Gwangju jumps to 26, a 6 degree difference from today, and Daegu and Busan will get up to 24.
Daejeon and Jeju will reach 27 and 25, while Dokdo peaks at 23.
The weather outlook for the rest of the week and through the Chuseok holiday seems to be relatively warmer, with cloudless skies that will allow you to contemplate the full moon to its fullest.
That's all for the weather, good night.