We've had a drizzly day across the country.
And it seems that it'll continue to rain until tomorrow morning. Let's turn to our Natalie Seok at the Weather Center to find out the details.
Yes, that's right. And in Southern areas red peach blossoms have come early. But it's going to dry up starting from the western regions later tonight. Just a little bit more rain is expected nationwide while Ulleung-do and Dok-do Islands will see heavier rainfall. However, strong wind advisories are in force in Jeollanam-do Province. So, do keep that in mind if you're in those areas.
Air quality will be bad in Seoul, Gyeongi-do, western Gangwon-do Province, and Daegu. But they will be 'normal' or 'good' in the rest of the country.
Tomorrow morning, we'll wake up to warm conditions. The low in Seoul will be 4 degrees Celsius, 6 in Daegu and Gyeongju and 10 in Jeju.
And we'll enjoy mild spring-like temperatures during the day. The high will peak at 12 degrees in Seoul, Jeju 15 and Gyeongju 18.
In the second half of the day, Jeju will be overcast but most areas will see partly cloudy skies.
During the weekend, we'll have another round of rain or snow falling across the whole nation. And temperatures will drop again from Sunday, ahead of another cold snap next week.
I'll leave you with the weather conditions around the world.