The leaves are beginning to change colors, the nights are drawing in and the air is getting cooler. After the long Chuseok holiday, we have now entered the autumn equinox, also known as "Chubun" in South Korea. The autumn equinox occurs when the sun moves directly over the Earth’s equator, bringing virtually the same amount of daylight and darkness on that day. From tomorrow, nights will start getting longer.
Temperature gaps between day and night will start to widen again. Most regions will see a difference of 10 degrees Celsius, including Seoul. Dressing in layers would be recommended to keep your body temperature warm. Air quality will be in the "good" category nationwide.
Tomorrow morning in the capital will begin at 17 degrees Celsius and Busan at 18 degrees.
Clouds will start to fill up for the daytime for most regions. Seoul will get up to 27 degrees. Chuncheon, Busan, Daejeon and Gwangju 26 degrees.
There will be some light rain across the East Coast until Saturday. For the capital region, no rain is in the forecast for the time being.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.