Chilly mornings are set to continue with wide temperature gaps between day and night.
Let's go to our Lee Seung-min at the Weather Center.
Seung-min, cleaner air conditions look to have been restored across the nation?
Well, Conn-young. The cold winds that have moved in from the northwest have caused temperatures to drop, but the fine dust concentrations have improved. Dust levels across the nation are currently standing at level 'normal to good'. Also, dry conditions are prolonging in Jeju Island. Strong winds and low moisture levels can easily cause fires, so please take precautions.
Lows in the capital will continue to stay in single digits until Saturday. But the good news is that temperatures are rising bit-by-bit as we get through the day. Cold winds will linger so make sure to dress up warm.
The morning will start off cold at six degrees Celsius in Seoul, Gwangju and Daegu.
The daytime will be sunny in most parts of the nation. Seoul, Daejeon and Busan will reach 19 degrees. Daegu at 18 degrees.
Clear skies are set to continue for the next few days. Showers on Sunday for central regions and parts of the South will ease the dry conditions.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.