Seoul is currently experiencing on-again-off-again rain and a break in the sweltering heat.
At the same time, three typhoons have formed in the southern part of the Korean Peninsula, and their paths are fluid, requiring special attention.
It is currently moving offshore northwest of Guam and is expected to make landfall close to Okinawa, Japan this weekend.
After that, its path is in flux, and it’s expected to grow into a medium-sized typhoon starting tomorrow.
This week also marks the start of the fall rainy season, which is expected to bring many rainy days across the country.
In particular, a lot of rain is expected in the Seoul metropolitan area and Yeongseo region today, and in the south and Jeju tomorrow.
Up to 150mm or more of rain is expected in eastern South Jeolla province and western South Gyeongsang province, and 120mm or more in the south.
The rain will keep the weather relatively cool, with Seoul’s daytime high hovering around 26-degrees Celsius.