It was another hot day here in South Korea with temperatures marking the highest of the season in the capital. Tomorrow, conditions will cool down a bit, as another round of showers are in forecast. Starting tomorrow evening, we can expect 5 to 30 millimeters for most western regions, including the Seoul metropolitan area. By Friday morning, showers will have spread nationwide.
With the cold showers, readings will temporarily drop and the nation will take a brief respite from the heat. Breezy conditions will last until Friday. Summer-like heat will return after the rain, in time for the weekend.
Most regions will start off with sunny spells for the morning. For the readings, the capital will begin at 22 degrees Celsius.
Daytime temperatures will be about 4 degrees lower than today. Seoul and Gwangju will get up to 28 degrees. Chuncheon 29 degrees. Gyeongju 30 degrees.
Meanwhile, cloudy conditions will increase overtime with rain clouds building up, but this will not lower UV radiation levels. In fact, the UV ray index will stand in the "very high" range for tomorrow.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.