Most parts of South Korea will experience cloudy skies Wednesday, with a few spells of rain expected in inland areas.
As the rain front moves east, most of the central region will see between 5 and 30 millimeters of rain in the morning, with a chance of sudden showers in inland regions in South Chungcheong Province and North Jeolla Province in the afternoon, due to an unstable atmosphere.
Temperatures are forecast to reach around 23 degrees Celsius in Seoul, Incheon and Suwon, before rising to as high as 29 C in the capital.
A strong North Pacific anticyclone, coupled with more solar radiation, will result in higher temperatures than usual, according to the weather agency.
Fine dust levels will remain relatively low throughout the country.
By Yim Hyun-su (firstname.lastname@example.org