Frequent showers have been falling across the nation lately. Lingering showers will continue for parts of northern central regions tonight. We have slightly warmer and more unstable air coming in tomorrow, creating a bigger group of rainclouds. Expect on-and-off showers for much of inland regions, with the mercury climbing above the seasonal norms. For this weekend, maximum temperatures will hover near 30 to 31 degrees Celsius.
Scattered outbreaks of rain will start tomorrow daytime. The intensity of the rain may vary depending on the movement of the rainclouds. Some regions may see heavy downpours in a short amount of period. Inland regions, including the Seoul metropolitan area, can expect about 5 to 40 millimeters. Jeju Island will see 5 to 20 millimeters. Thunder and lightning may follow at times, so please be aware.
Morning lows in Seoul and Busan will start off at 19 degrees Celsius.
With the combination of heat and rain for the daytime, conditions may feel stuffy and humid. Seoul will get up to 31 degrees. Busan 26. Daejeon and Gwangju 30 degrees.
Southern parts of the country will see showers again beginning next week.
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