More rain is expected for the central region, including Seoul until tomorrow.
For more details, let's turn to our Michelle Park at the weather center, Michelle?
A northern cold pressure system is colliding with hot air,. forming strong rain clouds.
Rainy conditions will continue to dominate the forecast tomorrow with a heavy rain advisory issued for the central region.
By tomorrow morning, the rain will start to taper in the capital, but, it will take longer in the southern provinces.
Scattered thunderstorms will become more widespread.
Until tomorrow, some parts of the central region and western areas of Gangwon-do province will receive a bucket load of rain of up to 200 millimeters, whereas in the south will be between 5 to 40 millimeters.
Going over to our temperature readings for tomorrow,
morning lows will be a few notches cooler than today with Seoul getting up to 23 degrees Celsius, while Daegu and Gyeongju both begin the day at 22 degrees.
The daytime highs are still hot despite the rain.
Seoul climbs up to 28 degrees, while Gwangju, Daegu and Gyeongju top 30 degrees.
There will be no great inconvenience in traveling home for the Chuseok holiday as the nation will be under mild weather.
But then, there's rain again on Saturday on Jeju Island and the southern regions.
However, the amount of precipitation will be little, and it won't interfere with traffic.
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