Flowers have begun to bloom thanks to the sunny weather we've been having, but the air is extremely dry in the Korean capital.
Let's turn to our Lee Seung-min at the Weather Center to find out more. Seung-min, which areas are affected the most?
Connyoung, the air is getting drier in most regions. Dry weather advisories are in place in Seoul and parts of Gyeonggi-do Province for the first time this year. Additional dry weather alerts have been placed in Daegu and the surrounding Gyeongsangbuk-do Province. No rain is forecasted for a while, so please take precautions against fires.
Taking a closer look at our readings for tomorrow. We'll have a bit of a chilly start to the day in Seoul at 5 degrees Celsius, Daegu 6 and Jeju 10, with fine dust levels standing at 'normal'.
The highs will be similar to today's. In Seoul, temperatures will reach 16 degrees Celsius, Daejeon 19 and Busan 18. However, we have large temperature gaps between day and night of more than 10 degrees, so please dress accordingly.
During the day tomorrow, Tokyo will see periodic clouds, while Beijing will be sunny.
I'll leave you with the weather conditions around the world.