This evening, we will continue to see nationwide showers, which will continue overnight. Showers are heavily concentratred on Jeju Island, with up to 200 millimeters in forecast, and heavy rain warning has been issued. The Seoul metropolitan area and Gangwon-do Province can expect 20 to 60 millimeters. The Chungcheong-do provinces and southern regions will see 10 to 40 millimeters. Thunder and lightning may also follow, so please be aware.
This round of showers will taper off by tomorrow dawn, which is Children’s Day. And less humid air mass will return on Thursday, which will make for a cool, breezy start.
As you get ready to head out the door tomorrow morning, you can once again leave the sunglasses at home, as we are tracking mainly cloudy and rainy spells.
Clear skies will prevail for the daytime nationwide. Seoul will get up to 18 degrees, Daejeon and Gwangju 20 degrees. Daegu and Busan 23 degrees.
Meanwhile, strong wind alerts are issued across all of coastlines tonight. Higher-than-normal sea levels are expected, so please stay away from water.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.