South Korea will be experiencing some of the most extreme weather on Sunday, with temperatures of 10C or more expected in some parts of the country.
As of Sunday, the South Korean Meteorological Agency reported that there were 25-degree high-winds and high-snow accumulations in parts of Seoul and the southern province of Jeju, according to a statement from the Korea Meteorological Administration.
That means that any part of the South will be under extreme weather conditions.
In Jeju and the surrounding areas, the highest wind gusts are expected to be from 10 to 20 kilometres per hour, according the agency.
High-salt-rich waters will cause flooding in parts and roads will be impassable for at least an hour in parts.
According to the statement, the heaviest rainfall is expected in parts in and around the coastal city of Jeollan and the western city of Busan, with more than 50 centimetres of rain expected across the country from Monday night until Tuesday morning.
In the central city of Gwangju, where many are travelling to work, the number of people experiencing wind and rain will increase.
More than 80,000 commuters will be affected by the heavy rain, the agency said.
The agency said some of its warnings are already in place, including for the region’s largest city, Seoul.