The possibility of sudden showers will continue through tomorrow for inland regions. On the East Coast, gusty offshore winds and downpours continue tonight. This weekend, the stationary rain front is set to enter into the Peninsula from the south of the country. This will make showers more widespread with heavier rainfall in places.
Until tomorrow, coastal areas of Gangwon-do Province will see heavy downpours of up to 150 millimeters. Those in inland regions, including the Seoul metropolitan area, should also have an umbrella handy, as showers could fall anytime and without notice. Expect about 5 to 60 millimeters overall. As rain clouds develop, severe weather will be possible, including hail and high winds developing at the same time.
Morning showers are expected for the capital area tomorrow. Lows will range from 19 to 24 degrees Celsius.
Daytime highs will about 2 degrees higher than today's for most regions. Seoul and Daejeon will get up to 31 degrees. Chuncheon and Gwangju 30 degrees.
On Saturday, nationwide showers are in the forecast. This rain will continue until early next week, so please plan accordingly.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.