Time now to get a check on the weather so let's go over to our Lee Seung-min at the Weather Center.
Seung-min, we've been seeing high levels of fine dust concentration along with some relatively cloudy spells in the capital. What's it looking like at the moment?
Well, Conn-young. Fine dust concentration levels are soaring in the Seoul metropolitan area now and parts of some inland regions are showing 'temporarily bad' levels. Layers of thick fog have also developed, so please be extra careful out on the roads tonight.
Rain is back in store for us. Starting from noon tomorrow, 5 to 20 mm of rain are expected in central regions, Gyeongsangbuk-do and Jeollabuk-do Provinces. This rain is expected to last until Wednesday morning and thunder and lightning may also follow, so please be aware.
As you can see, the weather will get warmer throughout the week. In the latter half of the week, daytime highs will soar to a scorching 28 degrees Celsius in the capital.
For tomorrow morning, Seoul will start off at 14 degrees, Gwangju 15 and Daegu 16.
Daytime highs will be similar to today's with Seoul at 22 degrees, Gwangju at 26 and Daegu at 27.
For Korea's neighbors, Tokyo will have rainy spells tomorrow, so for those in the area, make sure to grab an umbrella.
I'll leave you with the weather conditions around the world.