In South Korea, today marks Haji , also known as the Summer Solstice, which is the longest day of the year. Just like what the name signifies, most parts of the nation were under intense heat and sunshine. However, with more unstable air, light showers are expected for inland regions tomorrow. Possible thunder and lightning may follow. This rain will linger through Wednesday.
The nation will be seeing frequent rainfall this week. On Thursday, another round of isolated showers are expected across central regions. With heavy clouds covering the capital area, temperatures won't soar too much for this workweek.
For the readings tomorrow, morning lows will range from 16 to 21 degrees Celsius.
Daytime highs will be about 2 to 5 degrees lower than today. Seoul will get up to 27 degrees. Daejeon and Gwangju 29 degrees. Gyeongju 23 degrees.
Meanwhile, the East Coast will see higher-than-normal sea levels due to gusty offshore winds. Individuals are urged to use caution around harbors, breakwaters or piers.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.