Higher than average temperatures, chilly air moves in this weekend
Good afternoon, enjoy the warmer temperatures while they last. Highs will continue to be summer-like in most regions, hovering around 27 to 28 degrees in most regions under fairly bright skies.It's a great day to spend some time outdoors and soak up some sunshine. In fact, regular sun exposure is the most natural way to get enough vitamin D between 11 AM to 3 PM. It helps to maintain bone health and healthy blood levels.It's almost time to put your summer clothes away and get your fall wardrobe ready. It will start to feel more like autumn from this weekend, more like temperatures we generally see around this time of year.Daily highs will only reach the low twenties and morning lows will gradually drop. Mostly sunny skies will dominate Seoul through next week.That's Korea for you and here's the international weather for viewers around the world.