Today was another warm spring day, but hotter-than-average temperatures are forecast to grip large parts of the nation tomorrow. Daytime highs will rise to 28 degrees Celsius for the capital. This is what we normally see in early summer. Readings will stay above the seasonal norms until the weekend.
With no showers expected for this week, dry conditions are worsening across the nation. In fact, advisories are issued along the east coast, and forest fire alerts are in place as well. Humidity levels will also be less than 35 percent, so make sure to drink plenty of water.
Mostly cloudy skies will be seen for the morning tomorrow. Morning temperatures will be around 8 to 13 degrees.
Sunshine will prevail for the daytime nationwide, with readings well surpassing the seasonal average. Seoul, Daejeon and Chuncheon will all reach up to 28 degrees. Gwangju and Daegu will top 27 degrees.
With warmer daytime highs, wide temperature gaps will continue for this week. Our immune systems weaken with frequent temperature fluctuations. So, please take extra care of your health.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.