It’s raining Sunday all across South Korea, which is under the influence of Typhoon Songda, though it’s not been a direct hit.
The rain will continue through Tuesday, though, with the approach of another typhoon, Trases.
This typhoon will be at its closest to Jeju Island on Monday, before weakening into a tropical depression.
Through Monday, Jeju Island and the southern coast are expected to get between 50 and 100 millimeters of rain.
Parts of the southern coast, near the Jiri-san Mountains will get more than 200 millimeters.
Jeju Island was under a heavy rain alert on Saturday with strong winds, but there were no reports of damage.
The rain has cooled things down somewhat today’s high below 30 in Seoul, compared to around 35 on Saturday.