According to the seasonal calendar, today marks "Malbok" which means the end of summer. Just like the name signifies, things have cooled down a bit and heatwave alerts have been lifted for the East Coast. Warnings in western parts of the nation have been downgraded to advisories. Although readings have gotten a tad lower, high moisture levels in the air will make temperatures feel hotter. Please continue to take precautions against heat-related health issues.
There's a chance of sudden showers tonight. When it comes to scattered outbreaks of rain, it's hard to predict the exact amount because it fluctuates every hour. The amount of rain will vary depending on the region, but expect about 5 to 70 millimeters nationwide. Tomorrow, parts of Gyeongsangbuk-do and Gangwon-do provinces will see passing showers.
Morning lows will range from 21 to 25 degrees Celsius. Most regions will see overcast skies.
Daytime highs will be about 2 degrees higher than today's. Seoul and Gwangju will get up to 32 degrees. Daegu 33 degrees. Busan 31 degrees.
The south of the country will see frequent showers for the latter half of the week.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.