The nation is under murky skies due to layers of fine dust and a dust warning has been issued across the Seoul metropolitan area tonight. It will get dustier overnight and levels will surge to "very bad" nationwide for the morning hours. Aside from the Gyeongsang-do province, the entire nation will see poor air quality for the daytime. For those driving, please be careful as wind and dust particles can cause low visibility.
It is Parent’s Day tomorrow in South Korea and conditions are looking warm and sunny in the capital. Daytime readings will hover around 20 degrees Celsius this weekend in most regions.
Tomorrow morning will start off with plenty of sunshine, but readings will be a few notches lower. Seoul will begin at 11 degrees, which is about 3 degrees lower than today.
The daytime will be much warmer, causing a contrast in temperatures. Seoul will get up to 22 degrees, Gwangju 24 degrees. Daegu and Gyeongju 26 degrees.
Meanwhile, strong winds paired with dry conditions will peak this weekend across the east coast. This will increase the risk of wildfires, so please take precautions.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.