Monsoon season hasn’t arrived yet here in South Korea, but it looks like it isn't too far away with the frequent rainfall we've been having. Another round of rainfall is currently ongoing. Gyeongsangbuk-do Province and eastern Gangwon-do Province will see 10 to 40 millimeters. The rest of the nation, including the capital, will see sporadic showers of 5 to 30 millimeters. This rain will continue into early tomorrow morning.
For this weekend, the weather will be a whole lot different as clear skies will return. And on May 26th, which is next Wednesday, there will be the most spectacular full moon of the year. This date marks not just a supermoon, but also a "blood moon," which is named for its red glow. The moon is forecast to appear at around 8 PM Korea time.
For the readings tomorrow, morning lows will range from 14 to 16 degrees Celsius.
The daytime will be about 2 degrees lower than today. Seoul and Gyeongju will get up to 21 degrees. Gwangju 20 degrees. Busan 22 degrees.
For the coastlines, there will be heavy layers of fog tomorrow, so please be aware.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.