Good morning. It is starting to sizzle. A heat wave warning is in place for Daegu and parts of the Gyeongsangbuk-do and Gangwon-do Provinces with an expected high of 35 degrees Celsius so brace for a scorching Wednesday and be as well prepared as you can.
Many inland regions will see 5 to 30 millimeters of passing showers during the day which won't give us much relief from the heat, but rather add more humidity.
Have an umbrella handy just in case.
Seoul also had its second tropical nights of the season, as overnight lows were above 25 degrees Celsius, at 25.8 degrees and Jeju was 26.2 degrees.
Daily highs will range from 30 to 35 degrees Celsius so drink plenty of water and try to avoid unnecessary outdoor activities during the heat of the day.
Thankfully, relief is on the way as monsoon rain will bring bearable temperatures to the country, but do expect up to 300 millimeters of heavy showers in the central region.
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