Temperatures soared across most parts of the nation today, but it will get even hotter tomorrow. In fact, highs in the capital will reach 31 degrees Celsius for the afternoon. This will mark the hottest day of this year so far in the capital area. Also, the UV ray index will stand in the 'very high' range nationwide. The higher the UV radiation, the shorter the time it takes before skin damage can occur. Please make sure to wear plenty of sunblock.
Jeju Island will see brief showers tomorrow. The nation will stay under hot spells until Thursday. And with nationwide showers on Friday, temperatures will start to cool off into the mid 20s.
Readings for tomorrow morning will be similar to today. Seoul will begin at 20 degrees Celsius.
Aside from Jeju Island, the daytime will be sunny overall. Chuncheon will make it to 31 degrees. Daejeon and Daegu at 32 degrees.
Meanwhile, we're only about two weeks away from the summer solstice, which is the day with the most hours of daylight. The nights will start getting longer after that point, so enjoy the long sunshine while you can.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.