The Korea Meteorological Administration (KMA) predicted that the whole country would be mostly clear tomorrow (April 4) due to high atmospheric pressure in central China. However, there will be a lot of clouds on the west coast of South Chungcheong Province, Jeolla Province and Jeju Island, and there will be more clouds in Seoul, Gyeonggi Province and other Chungcheong provinces from the night.
On the 4th, Jeju Island will see sporadic raindrops until morning, and there will be occasional snows (raindrops or snows on the west coast of North Jeolla Province) in southern Gyeonggi Province, Chungcheong Province and North Jeolla Province from the night.
“There will be many places where morning temperatures will drop below zero in most inland areas on the 4th, and daytime temperatures will be around 5 degrees in the central region and 10 degrees in the southern part of the country,” the Korea Meteorological Administration said. “In particular, morning temperatures will be cold, with distributions of less than -5 degrees (some northern Gyeonggi Province and -10 degrees in western Gangwon Province).”
The morning low will be -9 to 2 degrees Celsius and the daytime high will be 3 to 11 degrees Celsius. Morning lows by region are 별 Seoul -4 degrees 서울 Incheon -2 degrees △ Chuncheon -7 degrees △ Gangneung 0 degrees △ Daejeon -4 degrees △ Daegu -3 degrees △ Busan 1 degree 부산 Jeonju -3 degrees △ Gwangju 0 degrees △ Jeju 7 degrees , Incheon 4 degrees △ Incheon 4 degrees △ 5 degrees △ Gangneung 10 degrees △
In addition, there will be many slippery roads in areas where snow will fall from the night of the 4th, and there will be icy roads on the west coast of North Jeolla Province. In addition, the atmosphere in Yeongdong, Gangwon-do, Gyeongsang-do, Seoul, some Gyeonggi-do, Gyeongsang-do, and eastern South Jeolla-do will be very dry, and the atmosphere will gradually become dry in other areas. In the far seas south of Jeju Island, winds will be strong at 10 to 16 meters/s, and waves will be high at 1.5 to 4.0 meters.
Fine dust is expected to rise from “good” to “normal” in all regions on Monday. The state of the air is expected to be largely clean due to the smooth spread of the atmosphere, the National Institute of Environmental Research explained.