Temperatures will drop a few notches this weekend, but spring-like conditions are set to continue. Daytime highs will still hover around 10 degrees Celsius for the capital area. Patches of high, thin clouds will also pass over this weekend.
While the rest of the nation has moved on to spring, the east coast is still in the midst of wintry weather. Gangwon-do Province will see the most amount of snow of up to 15 centimeters. Snow from earlier this week has not completely melted yet. So, please be extra prepared to avoid any further disruption.
Tomorrow morning will start off about 2 to 4 degrees warmer than today. Seoul and Gwangju will kick off at 5 degrees Celsius.
We'll see murky skies for the daytime nationwide. As for the readings, Seoul and Daegu will reach 10 degrees. Busan will top 11 degrees.
The capital is set to be under overcast skies for the next five days. Daytime weather will continue to stay fairly warm, but there will be wide temperature gaps starting from Sunday.
Meanwhile, southern coast will see high waves through tomorrow. For those near the area please stay away from water.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.