[내일날씨] Rain in the metropolitan area and Gangwon from night… 27 degrees during the day

On the morning of the 26th, a citizen is praying in the shade of a lotus lantern at Gatbawi Rock in Palgongsan Mountain, Gyeongsan-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do.[사진=연합뉴스]

On the 27th, the first day of the holiday on Buddha’s birthday, the whole country will be mostly cloudy.

Between the afternoon and evening, there will be places where showers come, centering on the inland Chungcheong and Gyeongsang areas. It will rain from night in the metropolitan area and inland and mountainous areas of Gangwon.

The expected precipitation is 5 to 20 mm in the metropolitan area, inland and mountainous areas in Gangwon, and 5 to 20 mm in the West Sea and 5 to 20 mm inland in Chungcheong and Gyeongsang areas.

The minimum temperature in the morning was predicted to be 14 to 19 degrees, and the maximum temperature during the day was 23 to 28 degrees.

The morning minimum temperature is 18 degrees in Seoul, 17 degrees in Incheon, 16 degrees in Suwon, 15 degrees in Chuncheon, 19 degrees in Gangneung, 19 degrees in Cheongju, 17 degrees in Daejeon, 19 degrees in Jeonju, 18 degrees in Gwangju, 17 degrees in Daegu, 18 degrees in Busan, and 19 degrees in Jeju. too

Daytime highs are 25 degrees in Seoul, 23 degrees in Incheon, 24 degrees in Suwon, 26 degrees in Chuncheon, 28 degrees in Gangneung, 27 degrees in Cheongju, 27 degrees in Daejeon, 27 degrees in Jeonju, 27 degrees in Gwangju, 27 degrees in Daegu, 23 degrees in Busan, and 26 degrees in Jeju. too

The concentration of fine dust will show a level of ‘good’ to ‘normal’ throughout the country due to smooth air diffusion.

From night on, the wind will blow stronger and the waves will rise high in the far sea of ​​the West Sea, so sailing or fishing vessels should be careful.

The waves of the sea will be between 0.5 and 1.0 m in the East, West and South Seas.

The wave height in the deep inner sea (far sea within about 200 km from the coastline) is expected to be 0.5 to 1.5 m in the East Sea and 0.5 to 2.0 m in the West and South Seas.

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