Time now to get a check on the weather.
Let's go over to our Lee Seung-min at the Weather Center.
Seung-min, amid cloudy spells we had relatively cool temperatures today in the capital. But highs will soar back up tomorrow as the rain is set to ease?
Well, Jung-hee. The monsoon rain that has lasted for four days in a row is set to end by tonight. Most of the rainclouds have left the peninsula, with just sporadic showers lingering in southern regions and parts of Gangwon-do Province. Less than 10 millimeters are expected in these areas tonight.
The UV ray index for the daytime will reach 'high' to 'very high' levels, so please wear plenty of sunblock.
For tomorrow, Seoul will begin the day at 18 degrees Celsius, Gwangju and Busan at 19 degrees.
Daytime highs will be 3 to 5 degrees higher. Seoul will reach 29 degrees, Gwangju 27 and Busan 24 degrees.
The rain has brought some respite, but sweltering heat will return starting tomorrow. This heat is set to last until Saturday. More nationwide rain is in the forecast for Sunday.
For Korea's neighbors, torrential rain is set to continue in western and central Japan, while Beijing will see sunny spells.
I'll leave you with the weather conditions around the world.