Good afternoon. We'll continue to see temperatures seesawing several degrees below seasonal averages with wide temperature gaps between the lows and highs. Big temperature swings and dry conditions makes it easier to catch a cold so take care of yourself.
In fact, in Seoul, we've been under a dry weather warning for 9 straight days that's the longest period since 2004. Stay hydrated by drinking at least 8 glasses of water a day. Also be careful if you have to handle fire.
Top readings will be similar to yesterday, hovering in the mid to upper teens. We'll see sunny skies and clean air across Korea. Speaking of which, many cities around the world are seeing much better air quality these days.
The east coast might see light showers from late afternoon into tonight but it won't be enough to ease the dryness. Rain is in the forecast for Jeju and Korea's south and east coasts through Sunday.
That's Korea for you and here's the international weather for viewers around the world.