'Very unhealthy' fine dust levels on Tuesday in the capital and sporadic raindrops in central areas until early tomorrow morning
Updated: 2019-12-09 16:15:15 KST
For the first time this winter, ultra-fine dust concentrations have risen to levels considered unhealthy.
And they are expected to get worse tomorrow. To find out more, let's turn to our Natalie Seok at the weather center.
Yes, that's right. Fine dust and ultra-fine dust will both reach unhealthy levels tomorrow across the nation.
In particular, we'll have "very bad" levels of ultra-fine dust in Incheon and the North of Gyeonggi-do Province due to the combination of stagnant air and the inflow of smog from China.
So, we'll need to wear masks until Wednesday, but the air quality will get better towards the end of the week.
Tomorrow, the nation is set to have fairly cloudy skies.
And we'll enjoy milder temperatures this week but the air is extremely dry.
And dry air warnings are in force in parts of Gangwondo Province, while advisories have been issued on the east coast.
So, do take precautions against fires in these areas.
Tomorrow morning, we'll wake up to milder temperatures that are 4 to 8 degrees warmer than today's
Seoul will wake up to 4 degrees Celsius, Gyeongju -1, and Jeju 10 degrees.
And the daytime high will peak at 11 degrees in Seoul, and 14 in Daejeon and Daegu.
Meanwhile, raindrops will continue to fall sporadically into early tomorrow morning in Seoul, and parts of Gangwon and Chungcheongnam-do Province.
And tomorrow night, the wet conditions will be back in those areas except for Chungcheong-nam-do Province until Wednesday morning.
I'll leave you with the weather conditions around the world.