Murky skies will hold for the remainder of the evening and into the night. Tonight, a few light showers are dropping across the coastlines of Gyeonggi-do Province. By tomorrow afternoon, rain will have spread across the central regions, including the Seoul metropolitan area. The amount of rain expected is about 5 to 30 millimeters. So make sure to have your umbrellas handy when heading out.
Meanwhile, due to the effect of Typhoon Mindulle, which is currently heading towards Japan, high waves will appear for coastal areas of Jeollanam-do Province and Jeju Island. Waves are forecast be very high, ranging from 2 to 4 meters tomorrow. For those in area, please stay away from water.
Overcast skies will dominate for the morning hours. Lows in Seoul and Daejeon will start off at 18 degrees Celsius.
Due to layers of clouds and rain, daytime highs won't rise too much. Seoul and Busan will reach 24 degrees. Gyeongju 23. Gwangju 27 degrees.
On Wednesday, nationwide showers are in the forecast. For southern parts of the country, rain will continue until Thursday.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.