Well, it is a rainy night this Thursday over much of the country, including here in the capital.
Let's turn to our Lee Seung-min at the Weather Center.
Seung-min, when is this band of isolated rain due to let up?
Well, Conn-young. Sporadic showers will linger on through tomorrow morning. Parts of central regions, including the Seoul metropolitan area, as well as Gyeongsangbuk-do Province will see around 5 millimeters of rain. Other regions including Jeolla-do and Chungcheongnam-do provinces will see up to 20 millimeters. Mountainous areas of Gangwon-do province will see some snow as temperatures will stay especially low across the region.
Readings will stay fairly mild nationwide. The morning in Seoul and Daegu will kick off at 3 degrees Celsius.
Clouds will blanket the nation for the daytime. Seoul will hit 8 degrees, Gwangju and Busan at 13 degrees.
Starting Friday afternoon, eastern coastal areas will see heavy snowfall. And on Saturday, most parts of the nation, apart from the Seoul metropolitan area, will have a mix of rain and snow.
Normally, temperatures tend to plunge after the snow, but this time is a bit different. Mild weather is set to continue well through next week.
Although no major cold wave is in the short term forecast, there will be frequent showers. So please stay updated.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.