The nation is under murky skies tonight, while southern regions are seeing isolated showers.
Let's turn to our Lee Seung-min at the Weather Center.
Seung-min, what's the rain forecast looking like?
Well, Conn-young. As rain clouds are lingering around on the lower half of the nation, southern regions will see sporadic showers through tomorrow morning. But because rain will be concentrated only in the south, central regions including the capital, will continue to stay dry.
While gusty winds will blow across the southern coastlines, relatively heavy showers are in forecast for Jeju Island. Up to 80 millimeters are expected for the island itself and mountainous regions will see downpours of up to 150 millimeters. The rest of the south will see about 5 to 40 millimeters.
Rain will continue into the morning for the southern regions. Morning lows in Seoul will start off at zero degrees Celsius.
Daytime figures will be close to what we normally see in April. Seoul and Gwangju will get up to 14 degrees. Gyeongju and Busan will top 12 degrees.
After the rain lets up, daytime temperatures will continue to rise. For Monday, which is March 1st Movement Day in South Korea, there is a high chance of nationwide rain and even snow.
Due to the influence of high winds, sea levels will rise so please stay away from structures near water.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.