Spotty spring showers are currently dropping across the nation, with heavy rain concentrated in the south. For tonight, up to 200 millimeters are in forecast for the mountainous regions of Jeju Island, and 30 to 80 across the southern coast. Inland regions, including the Seoul metropolitan area, can expect 10 to 50 millimeters.
This round of showers will last until tomorrow morning. For the readings, the capital will begin at 11 degrees Celsius. Gwangju and Chuncheon 12 degrees.
Sunshine will quickly return for the daytime. Highs in Seoul will reach 16 degrees. Gwangju 17. Daegu and Gyeongju will peak at 21 degrees.
After the rain lets up, morning temperatures will plummet to 4 degrees in the capital. Readings other parts of the nation will also hover around 5 degrees, so make sure to dress warm for the morning.
Meanwhile, western and southern coastlines will see heavy layers of fog with high winds gusting up to 12 meters per second. Please make sure to refer to the latest weather forecast and be extra careful on the roads.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.