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Heaviest precipitation on record for November...winter chill to begin tomorrow Updated: 2020-11-19 17:23:53 KST

Heaviest precipitation on record for November...winter chill to begin tomorrow
Central regions in South Korean were soaked with unseasonably heavy rain today.
Let's go to our Lee Seung-min at the Weather Center.
Seung-min, what's the rain looking like for tomorrow?
Well, Conn-young. The capital received the heaviest daily rainfall on record for November. The amount of rain we saw in Seoul today was about 4 times that we normally see this time of the year. Thankfully, showers will start to ease tonight starting in central regions. The amount of rain expected in parts of Gangwon-do, and Chungcheong-do provinces as well as in the south will be 20 to 60 millimeters. The other regions can expect 5 to 40 millimeters.
We're going to have to bundle up for tomorrow. Temperatures will be dropping to 2 degrees in the capital and single figures will continue on for the remainder of the week. When temperatures quickly plummet and take the moisture levels down with them, viruses tend to get stronger, and our immune system can take a hit. So please take extra care of your health at this time of year.
The morning will start off with overcast skies for most regions tomorrow.
The daytime will be pretty chilly as well. Seoul will reach 6 degrees, Daejeon 9 degrees and Busan will top 16 degrees.
Bands of gusty winds will continue to feed into coastal areas. It's advisable secure any items that could blow away.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.
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