Good morning. Have an umbrella handy before heading out. Nationwide rain is in the forecast from the afternoon, but despite the showers we could have yellow and fine dust blowing in later in the afternoon.
We are definitely riding on a temperature rollercoaster these days, as we are going through the transition period from autumn to winter. It will feel more like autumn today, but today's showers will bring winter-like conditions tomorrow morning.
But it won't be too bad this afternoon. Seoul will get up to 15 degrees, while Daegu and Gwangju will see highs rising to 20 degrees.
It will start to feel much more like winter starting this weekend, and next week we could even see lows plummeting to negative territory.
With that, let's take a look at the international weather for viewers around the world.
While most regions in South Korea will have a wet Friday along with relatively mild highs, North Korea will also have a wet day in some regions.
As for major cities in Asia,.. those in Beijing and New Delhi will have another dusty day with some cities seeing levels 40 times higher than the international safety standard.
Meanwhile, those of you in Sydney and Melbourne will have a mostly sunny and mild day at 21 and 26 degrees.
Heading to North America, Vancouver will be facing an icy cold Friday, with highs peaking at minus 4 degrees.
As for South America, the heat will intensify on Friday and expect to have a hot and sunny weekend as well.
Taking you to Europe,a mix of rain and snow is in store in Moscow with a high of 2 degrees.
Lastly to Africa, Algiers will be rainy again along with cooler highs at 14.
That's all the weather update for now.