The heat might have cooled down a tad bit, but summer is not over just yet. Heatwave advisories are still in place across the western parts of the country. It is highly likely that alerts will stay in place for tomorrow as well. As you can see, hot spells will continue in the capital, with similar highs of 31 degrees Celsius tomorrow.
The instability in the air is triggering the formation of clouds, which eventually lead to showers. These rain clouds are mostly concentrated across the south. Mountainous regions of Jeju Island will see up to 150 millimeters. The south coast can expect 10 to 60 millimeters. Inland regions could see some passing showers tomorrow.
Morning lows will range from 22 to 25 degrees Celsius. Most regions will see overcast skies.
Daytime weather will be just as hot as today's. Seoul and Chuncheon will get up to 31 degrees. Gwangju 32 degrees. Busan 30 degrees.
Rain will continue for the south of the nation until the end of the week. On Saturday, showers are in the forecast across the country, excluding the Seoul metropolitan area.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.