The Seoul metropolitan area saw poor air quality today, as a combination of fine dust and fog blanketed the region. Now, dust particles have moved down toward the south of the country. Southern regions will see fine dust levels in the "bad" range for the remainder of the night. The good news is that the air will be circulating at a faster rate tomorrow, which will help restore clean air, nationwide.
Although the air may be clean tomorrow, driving conditions won't be so good. Heavy layers of fog will build up again overnight across inland regions. Visibility is forecast to drop to below 200 meters, until 10 am tomorrow morning. This will create dangerous driving conditions for the morning commute, so please be extra careful out on the roads.
Morning temperatures will be about 1 to 4 degrees lower than today. Seoul will start off at 7 degrees Celsius.
Daytime highs will jump at least 10 degrees for the daytime. Seoul and Chuncheon will reach 20 degrees. Busan and Jeju 22. Gwangju 21 degrees.
No rain is in the forecast for the time being. But, please be aware of wide temperature gaps and wrap up warm.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.