Mild conditions have returned as warm southerly winds have settled into the nation. However, with the rise in readings, there will be wide temperature gaps of more than 10 degrees. So, please dress in layers to regulate body temperatures.
However, southern regions and Chungcheong-do province will see another bout of rain tomorrow morning. Inland regions in the south will see 5 to 20 millimeters. Coastal areas can expect 10 to 40, while Jeju Island will see 20 to 60 millimeters.
Tomorrow morning will start off with overcast skies. Lows in Seoul and Daegu will start off at 2 degrees Celsius.
More rain showers will be seen for the daytime. As for the readings, Seoul and Daegu will reach 13 degrees, Gwangju 12 degrees. Busan will top 15 degrees.
This warm trend will continue until Friday as highs will reach up to 16 degrees in Seoul. And on Saturday, more snow is forecast for Gangwon-do Province, a region which has been already hit hard by heavy snowfall this week. For those in the area, please be extra prepared.
When temperatures frequently change throughout the day, the risk of viral transmission is greater as our immune systems get weaker. Please take extra care of your health at this time.
That's all for now, and here are the weather conditions around the world.