Typhoon Omais dissipated this morning, while passing through the southeast of the country. But, heavy rain and gusty winds are still battering some regions, especially in areas where the typhoon passed through earlier today. It's difficult for the wet ground to absorb any more water across the South, and this may lead to further flooding. For those in southern regions, please take extra precautions. In the meantime, strong wind advisories are in place for the west coast.
Heavy rain is forecast for Gyeongsangnam-do Province tonight. Expect about 200 millimeters. Showers will take a brief respite overnight, and will continue again nationwide tomorrow daytime. For tomorrow, the amount of rain will ease off across the South, down to 60 millimeters. The rest of the nation can expect 5 to 40 millimeters.
Morning lows tomorrow will range from 23 to 25 degrees Celsius.
Showers will be widespread again for the daytime. As for the daily highs, Seoul will get up to 30 degrees, Daejeon 29, Gwangju and Busan 28 degrees.
Frequent showers are in the forecast for the time being, enough to call it a second monsoon season.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.