I'm Michelle Park here with the latest weather update.
The sky was blue today just like the picture behind me, which is coastal scenery from the Korea Maritime University Campus in Busan.
As the picture shows, we experienced enjoyable spring weather today, but dry conditions have returned.
Dry weather advisories have been issued across the country, including Seoul.
And with strong wind forecast for Gangwon-do Province, it's only a matter of time before an alert is also issued for that region.
Tuesday afternoon will be warm for the most part, however, showers will develop from the west, hitting Jeju and some of the southern coast.
Meanwhile, surrounding Northeast Asian countries will see sunny spells.
Morning temperatures will be 2 to 3 degrees higher than today.
Seoul's low will be 7 degrees Celsius, while Busan and Jeju starts warmer.
Due to the warm northwesterly wind, temperatures will be higher than usual.
Seoul hitting 21 degrees.
Jeju can expect more showers this week, while the rest of the country is expected to stay dry and mild.
I'll leave you with the weather conditions around the world.