Be wary of wide temperature gaps...nationwide rain excluding Seoul on Saturday
Updated: 2021-10-13 17:03:31 KST
Autumn has officially kicked in here in South Korea, and we can certainly feel that the weather has gotten a touch chillier. Expect similar conditions for tomorrow with chilly mornings and a warmer daytime. Big temperature gaps are expected, with most regions seeing differences of 10 degrees or more. Places like Jangsu in Jeollanam-do Province will see a difference of 12 degrees Celsius. Dressing in layers would be recommended to keep your body temperatures warm.
Conditions may look pretty bleak for the morning hours, as areas of dense fog will form across inland regions. As you can see, fog is set to blanket much of the nation, and visibility is forecast to drop significantly. For those driving, please be extra careful out on the roads.
Tomorrow morning in Seoul will start off at 16 degrees Celsius. Jeju will be warm at 22 degrees.
Daytime highs will be 1 to 3 degrees higher than today. Seoul and Chuncheon will get up 23 degrees. Gwangju and Busan 26 degrees.
The weather will stay warm for the next few days. But after showers for most regions on Saturday, morning lows are forecast to drop to single digits.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.