Western parts of the country, including the Seoul metropolitan area, saw some brief showers earlier today. Most of the rain has now tapered off, and conditions are forecast to look mild with warm sunshine during the day. For southern parts of the country, temperatures will return to the seasonal average. However for central regions, conditions will feel colder than the actual readings because of frigid winds, so dress warmly.
The air is circulating at a fairly fast rate, bringing decent air quality across the nation. Air quality will stand in the 'normal' to 'good' category nationwide. Also, dry weather advisories have been issued across the coastal areas of Gangwon-do province. Gusty offshore winds are also in the forecast, raising the risk of wildfires. For those in the area, please be careful with anything that could start a fire.
Mild sunshine will dominate for the daytime. Seoul and Chuncheon will get up to 8 degrees. Gyeongju 11. Gwangju 14 degrees.
The capital region will see subzero figures again for tomorrow and Saturday. Next Monday, nationwide showers are in the forecast.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.