Seoul had the chilliest morning of the season so far. with a low of 15.2 degrees and we'll continue to have a rollercoaster ride in terms of temperatures
Highs will be hitting to 28 degrees in the capital, Daejeon and Daegu. Jeju Island will see showers from the afternoon.
That's due to the indirect effect of typhoon Talim, which is expected to make landfall on Kyushu, Japan. There's a strong wind advisory in place for waters off Jeju and it will bring frequent showers to Jeju Island until Sunday morning.
Heavy showers could pour down at times on Jeju, while eastern and southern regions will see on and off showers due to the indirect effect of the typhoon.
The rest of the country will have sunny skies just be aware of the wide gaps in temperatures.
With that, let's take a look at the international weather for viewers around the world.
While early autumn weather will continue in most parts in South Korea, North Korea will have sunny skies with breezier highs than the South.
As for major cities in Asia, Tokyo will have a rainy Thursday while Beijing will be under mostly sunny skies.
Meanwhile, Sydney sweltered through its hottest early September day in 159 years on Wednesday as the temperature reached 33.8 degrees, but rain will cool things off and highs on Thursday will be at 17 degrees.
Heading to North America, major cities on the continent will enjoy sunny skies while Washington DC will see showers.
As for South America, Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro will be hot and sunny with highs in the low thirties.
Taking you to Europe, those in Madrid have also been on a roller coaster ride with a gap of 10 to 15 degrees Celsius between lows and highs, and will get up to 30 degrees on Thursday afternoon.
Lastly to Africa, winds will pick up in Cape Town in the late afternoon.