Sunglasses and short sleeves will be needed tomorrow, as South Korea is bracing for another scorching day. Most regions will again hover near 30 degrees Celsius. This is about 7 degrees higher than what we normally see at this time of the year. But under plenty of sunshine, the entire nation will see very high levels of UV radiation. Make sure to apply sunblock before heading out.
After the warm week, showers will dampen the nation this weekend. A rain system will bring showers starting this Saturday and will linger into early next Monday. This cold rain is set bring down the heat, and temperatures are forecast to drop closer to the seasonal average.
Clouds will be building across Gwangju and Jeju Island for the morning, while the rest of the nation will be sunny. Lows will range from 13 to 18 degrees Celsius.
For daytime on Friday, Seoul and Gwangju will get up to 30 degrees. Daejeon 31. Daegu at 29 degrees.
Areas of dense fog will develop across inland regions for the morning hours and visibility is forecast to drop below one kilometer. Please drive with extra care.
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