Good afternoon. It's unusual to get autumn downpours like today but that's because warm winds from the south clashed with a cold air mass from the north. Throughout the day, we'll be seeing up to 80 millimeters of heavy autumn rain in most parts of the country. The showers will start to let up from the capital around lunchtime before moving away from the peninsula by tonight.
We had record-breaking November warmth this morning in Seoul, but highs will be similar to or even lower than this morning's lows. After the rain lets up, cold winter air will sweep into the country. Lows in Seoul will be just above the freezing mark along with sharp winds from tomorrow.
So today should be the mildest day of the season, we won't be seeing temperatures in the upper teens to twenties for a while.
That's Korea for you and here's a look at the weather conditions around the world.