Many regions had their chilliest temperatures of the season this morning, even single digit lows for some parts but sunshine is boosting the highs rapidly.
Most regions will have highs in the low twenties at 23 degrees Celsius for major cities in the nation, including here in Seoul.
But we will see more unsettled weather during the long Chuseok holiday. Expect to see light showers into Monday, while temperatures will also be on a roller coaster ride during 10 day long holiday.
But be aware that the holidays create a perfect storm for stomach problems because of all the eating and traveling. In fact, a recent survey found that stomach pains are the main reason people make emergency 1-1-9 calls during the long holiday. Take good care of yourself so your time off isn't ruined.
With that, let's take a look at the international weather for viewers around the world.
Most regions in South Korea will have a sunny autumn day, while North Korea will have sun or rain depending on the region.
As for major cities in Asia,there's nothing out of the unordinary in terms of weather conditions.
Meanwhile, Perth and Sydney will be under sunny skies with highs of 18 and 24 degrees.
Heading to North America, unseasonably warm temperatures continue in LA with an expected high of 31 degrees on Friday.
As for South America, Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro will have breezier highs than Thursday under mostly sunny skies.
Taking you to Europe, Moscow will be cold and cloudy in fact, starting Saturday, lows will plummet to the lower single digits.
Lastly to Africa, major cities will enjoy somewhat breezy and warm highs under sunny skies.