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Seoul's first snow fell silently at dawn and nation set for clear skies on Saturday Updated: 2019-11-15 16:28:48 KST

We had our first snowfall in Seoul today, but many may have missed it as it came during the wee hours of the morning and was also mixed in with the rain.
For more on the weather, we turn to our Natalie Seok at the weather center. Natalie?

Yes, this year's first snow arrived nine days earlier than last year, and 6 days earlier than average.
As for tomorrow, the weather will be more pleasant, although Chungcheong-do, Gyeongsangbuk-do and Jeollabuk-do Provinces will be wet early tomorrow morning.

But after the rain stops, it'll be clear across the country, which will make it ideal for an outing.

The morning lows will be milder tomorrow.
Seoul wakes up to 4 degrees Celsius, Gwangju 10, and Jeju 13 degrees.

And the sun will boost day time highs back up to late autumn conditions.
The mercury will peak at 15 degrees in Seoul, 19 in Gyeongju, and 20 in Busan.

Although we have milder temperatures, southern parts of Gyeonggi-do and Chungcheong-do provinces will have unhealthy levels of fine dust. But all other areas will have clean air. On Sunday, rain is in the forecast, starting from the west coast in the morning and spreading to central areas during the day, then to the South by the night. And after it dries up on Monday, it's going to get chilly again as lows plunge back down to below freezing.

I'll leave you with the weather conditions around the world.
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