Cloudy skies and sporadic showers are in store for the south of the nation tonight.
Let's go to our Lee Seung-min at the Weather Center.
Seung-min, which areas will see most of the rain?
Well, Conn-young. It's cloudy all across the nation and some isolated showers are lingering in the south. Around 5 to 10 millimeters of rain are forecast for the southern regions, and 10 to 40 millimeters for coastal areas and Jeju island. Another set of rain clouds will move in towards the northern part of the nation overnight, bringing 5 millimeters of rain to the Seoul metropolitan area and parts of Gangwon-do Province tomorrow morning.
After the rain lets up tomorrow, cold air will descend from the northwest. Lows in the capital will plummet to 5 degrees Celsius on Friday. Some patchy frost is also in the forecast.
The morning will be warmer than today though. Seoul will start off at 13 degrees Celsius.
During the daytime, Seoul and Chuncheon will reach 18 degrees. Daegu and Busan will top 21 degrees.
Meanwhile, fine dust levels have eased temporarily. However, there is a chance of dust flowing back in again from overseas, bringing poor air quality to the central regions.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.