In South Korea today marks "Hallo," which is marked by a drop in temperatures and when the morning dew is on the verge of turning into frost. But Hallo won't be living up to its name just yet, as conditions will get warmer tomorrow. The rain that's been going on for five consecutive days in central regions will finally ease off overnight. Expect cloudy conditions after the showers.
However, that excludes the East Coast, where rain will continue until tomorrow. Cold easterly winds will bring showers of 20 to 70 millimeters. Also, mountainous regions across the East Coast will be seeing dense layers of fog due to low clouds. Visibility is forecast to drop below 1 kilometer, so please be careful when driving.
Tomorrow morning in Seoul and Gyeongju will start off at 18 degrees Celsius.
The daytime tomorrow will much warmer at about 2 to 5 degrees higher than today. Seoul will get up to 26 degrees. Busan and Jeju 27. Gwangju 29 degrees.
Showers are in the forecast nationwide on Sunday. Conditions will start getting sunnier for Monday, which is temporary holiday.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.