The nation can expect good air quality tomorrow as the yellow dust is now moving out of the Peninsula. But strong winds are in force across the east coast, as well as in Gyeongsangbuk-do and Gyeonggi-do provinces tonight. Winds in these regions will be in between 9 to 14 meters per second. But the nation in general will be affected and blustery winds are expected until the morning.
Another rain system is slowly approaching from the west of the nation. This is set to drop showers nationwide on Thursday and Friday. Breezy conditions are anticipated for the latter half of the week.
Tomorrow morning will be about 2 degrees lower than today. The capital and Daegu will start off at 12 degrees Celsius.
Jeju Island will see rain for the late afternoon, while other regions will see overcast skies. Seoul and Chuncheon will get up to 24 degrees. Gwangju and Daegu at 26 degrees.
Meanwhile, the first total lunar eclipse in more than two years will coincide with a supermoon tomorrow. Because of the eclipse, the color of the moon will be reddish-orange and is forecast to appear around 8 PM Korea time.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.