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'Baekno' today in S. Korea...showers continue in many regions through tomorrow Updated: 2021-09-07 17:03:13 KST

According to the seasonal calendar, today is "Baekno," which officially marks the start of autumn. This means droplets of dew will begin to form on plants in the mornings and we'll see wider temperature gaps. It's a wet Baekno this year with plenty of rainfall, meaning we still need to keep those umbrellas handy. But only light showers will be seen for the Seoul metropolitan area for the remainder of tonight. On-and off showers are forecast to continue until tomorrow daytime. Expect about 5 to 20 millimeters, nationwide.

Meanwhile, the 14th typhoon of the season, Chanthu, has been generated off the western coast of Guam this morning. The projected pathway is subject to change. But as of right now, the Korea's Meteorological Administration is forecasting that it may reach our Peninsula next week. Please continue to keep an eye on the weather forecast.

As for the readings tomorrow, morning lows will range from 19 to 23 degrees Celsius.

Tomorrow daytime will be much hotter than today. Seoul and Busan will get up to 28 degrees. Gwangju and Chuncheon 27 degrees.

Clear skies will return on Thursday for most areas, including the capital.

That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.
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