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Dry air alerts nationwide, temperatures expected to fall with cold winds Updated: 2020-04-08 17:15:03 KST

Time now to get a check on weather condition. For that, let's go over to our Lee Seung-min at the weather center.
Seungmin, the weather was pretty sunny today here in the nation, but the air is still quite dry.
Seoulites have been under this dry spell for over a week now, haven't we?

Yes, Connyoung. The dry weather will continue for most parts of the country. In Seoul, dry weather warnings have been in place for eight consecutive days since April 1st. The dryness will continue until the middle of next week as high air pressure from the north is expected to prolong.

Due to this pressure, there will be strong winds on the south west coast and inland regions. But thanks to the cold winds, fine dust will stay at 'normal' levels nationwide.

Tomorrow will be colder than usual. Seoul will start the day at 4 degrees Celsius, Busan 7 and Jeju 9.

Daytime temperatures will be below the seasonal average. Highs will be at 15 degrees in Seoul and 17 degrees in Daejeon and Busan. Temperatures will rise on the weekend to restore warm spring-like weather, but Gangwon-do Province and Jeju Island will see rain on Sunday.

During the day tomorrow, Beijing and Tokyo will see periodic rain.

Now I'll leave you with the weather conditions around the world.
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