Daytime readings were close to what we normally see in early spring today. Similar weather patterns are expected for tomorrow. Maximum temperatures will be about 3 to 7 degrees higher than the seasonal average. But be careful, because morning lows will stay in single figures, and this will cause wide temperature gaps. Places like Daegwallyeong in Gangwon-do Province will see a gap of 16 degrees tomorrow.
In the meantime, we are seeing more fine dust filtering into the nation. Further parts of western regions will see high concentrations of fine dust. That includes the Seoul metropolitan area, as well as Chungcheong-do and Jeollabuk-do provinces. For Jeollanam-do Province, fine dust levels will stand in the "bad" category for the morning hours.
Most regions will see a mix of clouds and sunshine tomorrow. Seoul will start off at 2 degrees Celsius.
There will be more cloud buildup for the daytime. Seoul will get up to 11 degrees. Busan and Jeju 16. Gwangju 13 degrees Celsius.
Mild weather will continue until this weekend. Frigid conditions are forecast to return next Monday.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.