The last bit of spring rain is lingering across the nation, and most of the showers will taper off by late tonight. According to the lunar calendar, today marks Soman , which signifies the beginning of grain-ripening season. It's also the second period after the official start of summer. It looks like sunny skies are going to recover just in time, after this round of rainfall tonight. Temperatures will return back to the seasonal averages starting tomorrow.
Daytime highs will hover around 25 degrees in the capital for this weekend. But conditions might feel hotter than the actual readings due to the relatively breezy conditions we’ve been having. Air quality will stand in the "good" category nationwide.
As for the readings tomorrow, morning lows will range from 13 to 16 degrees Celsius.
Tomorrow daytime will be sunny all across the nation. Seoul and Busan will get up to 25 degrees. Gwangju 27 degrees. Daegu at 29 degrees.
If you’re headed outdoors this weekend, make sure to stay hydrated and wear sunblock. The UV Index will be in the "very high" range.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.