It was a quite hot day today across many areas in South Korea, with the capital hitting 27 degrees Celsius. But the weather is about to take a turn, and light rain and drizzle are in the forecast for tomorrow morning. The amount of rain won’t be much with about 5 millimeters for the southwest. Some light drizzle is expected across the rest of the nation. Despite the rain, dry spells are set to persist as this round of showers won’t be enough to alleviate the dry conditions.
After the morning showers, the temporary summer-like heat will ease off. Readings will drop to 23 degrees in the capital, but as you can see, this is still higher than the seasonal average.
Tomorrow morning will start off about 1 to 2 degrees warmer than today. The readings will range from 12 to 17 degrees.
For the daytime, western parts of the nation will stay warm, while the east will stay relatively breezy. Seoul and Gwangju will get up to 23 degrees. Gyeongju 18 and Busan 19 degrees.
Areas of dense fog will develop across coastal areas for the morning hours. Visibility is forecast to drop, so please drive with extra caution.
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