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Sweltering heat to continue _ 072518

Arirang News
Arirang News
Good morning. Gyeongsangbuk-do Province had record breaking summer temperatures yesterday, people are having a hard time breathing in the scorching heat there.

Most regions will pretty much have a repeat of yesterday's weather under burning sunshine.

Seoul could soar to 34 degrees Celsius, Daegu and Gyeongju hit 38 degrees. What's more, the overnight lows are still very high, Daegu and Pohang have had 13 days of tropical nights so far, Seoul 4 days...

There's no relief from the heat in sight, young children and senior citizens will need special care.

With that, let's take a look at the international weather for viewers around the world.

South Korea is facing another day of scorching temperatures as the heatwave continues while some parts of North Korea also had all-time record highs a couple of days ago, Wonsan and Munchon saw highs over 39 degrees Celsius.

Tokyo melts through record breaking heat but relief is on the way starting Thursday.

A severe weather warning has been issued for Perth as the city braces for a storm that could bring heavy showers.

Unusual weather patterns in Washington DC on Thursday will bring torrential rain and thunderstorms.

As for South America, rain in Buenos Aires will continue into the weekend.

Dozens of wildfires have hit countries across northern Europe and Greece as a heatwave continues across much of the continent.

Lastly to Africa, Cairo will be sweltering but expect low humidity.

That's the weather update for now.

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