Long-term forecast from the Korea Meteorological Administration
According to the National Weather Service, the current long-distance weather forecast from Monday, April 11 to Wednesday, April 20 is as follows: Showers from the west may merge into longer rains.
“Strong winds are expected, especially from the southeast and far north. As we move into April, we expect to see continued instability, especially in the South and West. Rain and strong winds are expected for most of the area, with occasional dry mid-points. Temperatures are expected to be above average.
“The heaviest rain and strongest winds are likely to fall on the western hills where it can snow. More stable conditions are expected from mid-April with longer dry, sunny weather. However, a changeable interval is possible. Above-average temperatures should be sustained, but overnight frosts can occur.”