Tomorrow will be a bit less chilly here in South Korea, but central regions will see high levels of fine dust.
Let's go to our Lee Seung-min at the Weather Center.
Seung-min, warmer daytime weather is good news, but we should watch out for wide temperature gaps?
Well, Conn-young. We've had winter-like weather for the past four days and readings have now finally returned to the seasonal norms. The chilliness will ease off more during the daytime tomorrow, with highs a bit warmer than what we usually see this time of the year. A blast of cold air will return on Friday, and for the weekend, sub-zero temperatures are in forecast.
Dry conditions remain across the coastal areas of Gangwon-do Province, with advisories in place tonight. And as the coldness has eased off a bit, dust levels are increasing across the nation. The west of the country, including the greater Seoul area, will have high concentrations of fine dust tomorrow.
The morning will start off with sunny spells across most regions. Seoul will kick off at 3 degrees Celsius.
Overcast skies are set to cover the nation during the day. Seoul will reach 10 degrees, Daejeon 12 degrees, while Gwangju and Gyeongju will reach 14 degrees.
Inland regions will continue to see clear skies, but dryness will intensify throughout the week. Drink plenty of water and keep yourselves hydrated.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.