Showers have temporarily eased off for the capital area, but they are forecast to resume. This is because another group of rain clouds are approaching from the West Coast. Northern central regions will see 5 to 30 millimeters. Southern regions and Jeju Island will see 20 to 70 millimeters. Rain clouds will move further south overnight, and this will bring locally heavy downpours of 20 millimeters per hour in some areas. Most of the rain will taper off at dawn tomorrow.
Layers of dense fog will develop across central regions tomorrow. Visibility is forecast to drop below 1 kilometer, so please be careful when driving. Also, high waves are forecast for the coastal areas of Jeollanam-do Province and Jeju Island. Please continue to watch out for possible coastal flooding and stay away from water.
Tomorrow morning in Seoul will start off at 17 degrees Celsius and Chuncheon at 16 degrees.
Temperatures will temporarily warm up after the rain tomorrow. Seoul and Gwangju will reach 28 degrees. Daejeon and Chuncheon 27 degrees.
For the capital region, pleasant autumn weather will continue until Saturday.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.