Temperatures are getting a touch warmer, but central regions will continue to stay dry. Advisories are issued across the upper half of the nation, including the Seoul metropolitan area. Dry conditions are set to prolong until Sunday, so please continue to watch out for wildfires.
Meanwhile, those on the south coast should be wary of strong winds this weekend. Winds of up to 25 meters per second are set to whip across the coastlines. This is a speed that can easily topple trees and even power lines. And due to the gusty winds, sea levels will also rise.
Temperatures will remain mild with cloud cover increasing for tomorrow. Morning lows in Seoul will start off at 2 degrees Celsius.
Daytime highs will be much warmer than the seasonal average. Seoul will get up to 16 degrees. Daejeon and Chuncheon 13 degrees. Busan 10 degrees.
The trend of warmer temperatures will continue into Sunday. But there will be wide temperature gaps of more than 10 degrees for most regions. On Monday, which is March 1st Movement day, nationwide rain is in forecast.
Due to the influence of high winds, ocean wave alerts are issued for most of the coastlines. Please stay away from water.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.