Showers have temporarily eased off here in Seoul, but another round of heavy rainfall will be pounding overnight. The monsoonal rainfront will start gaining its power again, as the cold air from the north will be clashing with the warm air on the ground. The Seoul metropolitan area and Gangwon-do Province will see heavy downpours of up to 250 millimeters. Western central regions, including the Chungcheong-do provinces, will see about 150 millimeters.
Depending on the movement of the rainclouds and how clustered they are, intense rainfall is possible in a short period of time. Central regions are forecast to see locally heavy downpours of 30 to 50 millimeters overnight. Torrential downpours may lead to flash flooding and even landslides. In fact, landslide warning levels for the Seoul metropolitan area have been raised to the "watch" level.
Humid conditions will continue tomorrow. Morning lows in Seoul will start off at 24 degrees Celsius.
As for the daily highs, Seoul and Busan will get up to 27 degrees. Gyeongju 34. Gwangju 31 degrees.
The Seoul metropolitan area will see showers until Friday. Cloudy skies are in the forecast for this weekend.
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