Many inland regions are currently under heatwave alerts, and they will stay in place until tomorrow. Under baking hot temperatures, humidity levels are also high, making conditions feel muggy. Places like Daegu, where heatwave warnings are in place, maximum temperatures will be hiking up to 35 degrees Celsius. Being exposed to extreme heat can lead to heat-related illnesses, so try to stay indoors as much as possible.
For tonight, on-and-off showers are in the forecast for Gangwon-do and Jeolla-do provinces. Another monsoonal rainfront will be approaching South Korea this coming Thursday. This will produce showers for the entire nation. Between Thursday night and Friday morning, showers will become heavier, containing thunder and lightning. This may cause flooding in low-lying areas near rivers or lakes. So please take extra precautions.
Morning lows in Seoul, Busan and Gwangju will start of at 22 degrees.
Daily highs in Seoul will reach 30 degrees. Gyeongju 36. Gwangju 33 degrees.
Temperatures will start to cool down on Thursday, with the help of nationwide showers.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.