Good afternoon. Parts of Gangwon-do Province are still receiving monsoon showers falling at a rate of 30 millimeters an hour do expect to see rainfall amounting to 150 millimeters, while central parts could see another 20 to 60 millimeters into this evening.
As for Seoul, the heavy monsoon rain and blustery winds have died down, but expect lingering rainfall with strong gusts across the country with strong wind advisories. Check your travel schedule in advance to see if any changes have been made.
Along with the showers, the final day of June will wrap up on a cooler note, at 23 degrees in Seoul and Gwangju. Daegu at 26 degrees.
Then, sunny skies and warm temperatures to start July. We will see hot and mostly sunny weather continuing into Sunday.
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