Good morning. It's a rainy start to the day for most western regions, including Seoul, it's raining heavily in parts of Jeolla-do Provinces with a heavy rain advisory issued there. It will rain nationwide today, but southern regions will see the heaviest showers.
Southern regions will see 30 to 100 millimeters of rain, possibly up to 150 through early tomorrow, while the rain should clear elsewhere from the evening with five to 60 millimeters expected.
Temperature-wise, the highs in central regions will be similar to the morning lows, Seoul and Chuncheon will only reach 24 degrees so afternoon readings will be 2 to 5 degrees lower than yesterday but it'll be still hot in south Daegu at 30 degrees and 32 degrees in Jeju, which is under a heat wave advisory.
The wet weather is here to stay though. We'll have showers through next week across Korea.
That's Korea for you and here's a look at weather conditions around the world.