Good afternoon. The season's first dry weather warning has been issued for Seoul and parts of Gyeonggi-do Province since yesterday afternoon, as humidity levels are only half of what we normally see at this time of year.
Temperature-wise, most parts had a far chillier morning today but highs will rise rapidly along with bright skies, so there is another big temperature gap between highs and lows.
This afternoon, highs will be marginally cooler but still a couple of notches above the seasonal norms. We'll see mostly sunny skies and good air quality nationwide.
There's a risk of forest fires as dry conditions are set to continue so be extra careful if you are handling fire. Also this Sunday, which is Arbor Day, we are looking at a brief spring chill to arrive with a low of 2 degrees Celsius.
That's Korea for you and here's the international weather for viewers around the world.