Typhoon Lupit dissipated this morning as it weakened into a tropical cyclone while passing through Osaka, Japan. However, some of the rain clouds, created by the influence of this typhoon, remain on the Korean Peninsula. The East Coast and Gangwon-do Province will be the most affected, with about 5 to 40 millimeters of rain. Inland regions of the South may see some passing showers tonight.
According to the seasonal calendar, tomorrow marks Malbok , which means the end of Summer. Just like the name signifies, tomorrow will get much cooler with on-and-off showers nationwide. 5 to 60 millimeters of rainfall are forecast with locally heavy downpours at times. Intense heat will start to ease off this week with temperatures about 3 to 4 degrees lower compared to last week.
Morning lows tomorrow will range from 21 to 25 degrees Celsius.
Aside from Jeju Island, the entire nation will see showers for the daytime. Seoul, Daejeon and Daegu will get up to 30 degrees. Busan 29 degrees.
Highs will hover near 31 degrees in the capital this week. The south of the country will see showers for the latter half of the week.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.