字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Let's now get a check on the weather conditions with our Kelly Park standing by· Hello Kelly! Hello and good afternoon guys . Today is Arbor Day, which used to be a national holiday in Korea, but not anymore. But even if we don﹑t get the day off, we can still get out and appreciate the greenery or even find a way to contribute by planting a tree. Yes, the weather looks great for either of those activities. and if I can't go and plant a tree, maybe I'll go buy a little plant. That sounds like a great idea. I have to say I'm a little worried about the heavy rains and high winds that are in the forecast for tomorrow. I hope that doesn't damage the trees. Yes indeed. The weekend storm will bring not only heavy rain but also heavy snow , so just make sure you plant your tree somewhere safe and if you have any plans for weekend you'll want to be sure to check the forecast for your area and bring your rain gear. But today, we're seeing a lingering haze and a very high level of dust particles in the air here in SeoulIt may also feel a bit hotter than usual as we go into the afternoon. Now, as we mentioned, the weekend will be a whole different story. Be prepared for lots of rain, accompanied by strong, gusty winds across the entire nation through Sunday It may even feel as strong as a typhoon in some areas. Rain is likely to change into snow in the central region and around the mountains in Gangwon Province, so take good care if you're out and about. Moving over to our satellite map. The ridge of the high pressure system will bring increasing clouds. And a pocket of cool air will blow into the east coast, which may cause temperatures there to drop. And finally, checking on today﹑s readings Seoul will get up to 21 in the afternoon. Daegu and Gwangju will both peak at 23, while Busan stays in the double digits with a high if 19. On Jeju Island, rain is in the forecast for this evening. Daejeon hits 24, and Mount Geumgang tops out at 10. That﹑s all I have for Korea. Here﹑s the international weather for viewers around the world.