It's been another dry day out there today, but there's some rain on the way. Let's turn to our Natalie Seok at the Weather Center to find out more.
Yes, it's been a very mild and dry winter so far, but we will have some rain along the east coast overnight while other areas will stay partly cloudy. Up to 20 millimeters of rain, or maybe even some snow, is expected to fall until tomorrow. Mountainous areas in the east of the country will see up to 5 centimeters of snow pile up.
So, do drive safely in these conditions.
Temperatures will be a little bit warmer than they were today in general. The low will drop to minus 4 degrees Celsius in Seoul, 2 in Busan and 5 on Jeju Island.
And it's milder during the day, as Seoul's high reaches 6, Daejeon and Daegu 7, and Busan 10.
As for the daytime weather tomorrow, most of us will enjoy dry and sunny conditions. But Tokyo will see showers.
And we'll have 'normal' or 'good' levels of fine dust tomorrow across Korea. However, the central inlands will have another morning of temporarily 'bad' levels of fine dust, while they'll be 'bad' all day in the south of Gyeonggi-do and Chungcheong-buk-do Province. Also, a little bit of rain or snow is in the forecast for Seoul and central inland areas. But it won't be enough to wash away the fine dust which will reach 'bad' levels on Monday.
I'll leave you with the weather conditions around the world.