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The central region will get more monsoon rains on Friday.
The Korea Meteorological Administration forecast showers to start in Gyeonggi Province before spreading to Seoul, the western inland regions of Gangwon Province and the northern parts of North Chungcheong Province.
These areas could get anywhere between 100 to 200 millimeters of precipitation through Saturday, with some parts potentially getting as much as 300 millimeters.
The KMA expects this year's unusually long rainy season to come to an end next week.
Meanwhile, sweltering conditions will continue.
Heat wave advisories have been issued for most regions nationwide, except the central region.
Daytime highs will hit 28 degrees Celsius in Seoul, 26 in Incheon, 34 in Jeonju, and 35 degrees in Daegu and Jeju.
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