A common side effect of the hot and humid
weather we had today is heat rash. It occurs when sweat ducts become clogged
and sweat stays trapped beneath the skin’s surface, causing a mild inflammation. Here are some natural and safe ways to treat
a rash. The monsoon rain is back once again. It will start from Jeju and Jeollanam-do Province
in the early morning,… and expand across the entire country by noon tomorrow. Again, the heaviest rain will fall on Jeju
and in the Southern regions. Watch out for landslides in the mountainous
parts of Jeju where some 300 millimeters of rain is expected to fall. The Jeolla-do and Gyeongsang-do provinces
will also see rain of up to 200 millimeters until Sunday. Compared to the South, the capital is expecting
light rain of between 5 and 20 millimeters throughout Saturday. The nation will wake up to temperatures similar
to today’s. Seoul beginning at 20 degrees Celsius and
similar readings seen across the country. The rain will keep things cooler in the afternoon
though. Seoul’s daytime high will peak at 27, while
Busan is a lot cooler at 24 and Jeju at 28 degrees. Thankfully, in the upper parts of the Peninsula,…
the rain is expected to taper off on Sunday,… on the day of the South Korea- U.S. summit. So the weather won’t be a big problem at the
venue. After the rain, we’ll most likely see a return
of the sweltering heat. I’ll leave you with the weather conditions
around the world.