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Most heavy rain alerts lifted...downpours expected in east coastal areas Updated: 2020-07-13 17:06:19 KST

Time now to get a check on the weather.
Let's go over to our Lee Seung-min at the Weather Center.
Seung-min, There were some heavy downpours in southern regions and rain is continuing on the east. What are the conditions looking like at the moment?

Well, Jung-hee. Rainclouds are now developing over eastern regions now, and downpours are concentrated along the coastal areas. Most of the heavy rain alerts have now been eased except for in parts of Gangwon-do Province. Rain in western regions will start to ease tonight. However, there will be gusty winds until tomorrow, so please be aware.

Most of the rain is set to last until tomorrow afternoon. We’ll be seeing up to 100 millimeters along areas on the east coast. 30 to 80 in Gyeongsangnam-do Province and 10 to 50 in central regions, including Seoul.

For tomorrow morning, Seoul will kick off at 18 degrees Celsius, Daegu 19 and Gyeongu 18.

For the daytime, Seoul will reach 24 degrees, Daegu 23 and Gyeongju 22.

We can expect some relief from the heat for a couple of days, but from midweek, highs will soar back up to 30 degrees Celsius.

For Korea's neighbors, some heavy rain is expected in eastern and western Japan for tomorrow.

I'll leave you with the weather conditions around the world.
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