Light snow was briefly seen early today in the greater Seoul area.
Let's go to our Lee Seung-min at the Weather Center.
Seung-min, we might be seeing some more sleet across the central regions tonight?
Well, Conn-young. We saw the season’s first snow in the capital Seoul early this morning. This year’s first snowfall in Seoul happened 25 days later than last year, and 19 days behind the average date. Another round of light snow may fall in the central regions tonight.
Temperatures have gotten warmer recently, but this is bringing in dust from overseas. In the western parts of the country, ultrafine dust concentrations will stay at ‘bad' levels through tomorrow.
We'll start off with periodic clouds tomorrow morning. Seoul will begin at 2 degrees Celsius.
Daytime readings will stay near the seasonal norms. Seoul will reach 8 degrees, Gwangju and Gyeongju at 12 degrees.
Sub-zero temperatures will return starting on Saturday. Readings will continually plummet, all the way to minus nine degrees next week.
Winter outbreaks of the virus are worsened by the colder weather and dry indoor air. Let’s all practice good hygiene and wear our mask at all times.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.