Daejeon, Sejong, Chungnam |
[세종·경북종합=뉴스핌] Reporter Nam Hyo-sun = It was expected that ‘Typhoon No. 2 MAWAR’, which goes north after hitting the American territory of Guam, passes through Okinawa, Japan, and moves along the southern sea towards Honshu, where Tokyo is located.
The impact on Korea, including Jeju Island, is expected to be minimal.
Estimated course of Typhoon No. 2 ‘Mawar’ from 9:00 pm on the 30th[사진=기상청 캡쳐]2023.05.31 firstname.lastname@example.org
According to the Korea Meteorological Administration, ‘Mawar’ suddenly turned from the sea about 490 km southeast of Taipei, Taiwan, southeast of Okinawa, Japan at 9:00 pm on the 31st, and passed the sea about 70 km south-west of Okinawa at 9:00 pm on the 2nd of the following month It was forecast to pass through the sea about 370 km east-northeast of Okinawa and goes east to Kagoshima, Japan.
As of 9:00 pm on the 30th, Marwar is passing through the sea about 590 km southeast of Taipei, Taiwan, recording maximum wind speeds of 140 km/h while maintaining ‘river’ power. The central pressure is 960 hpa and the wind radius is 430 km.
The speed at the same time is 5 km/h.
‘Windy.com’ expected career path from ‘Mawar’ at 12:00 noon on the 3rd of next month[사진=윈디닷컴캡쳐]2023.05.31 email@example.com
On the 2nd of next month, when it was predicted that ‘Mawar’ would pass through the sea about 70 km south-west of Okinawa, it was expected to soften somewhat with a ‘middle’ force.
Based on the expected course, it was predicted that ‘Mawar’ would be closest to Korea on the afternoon of the 3rd of the following month.
As a result, the Korea Meteorological Administration indicated that there would be little impact on the Korean Peninsula, including Jeju Island.
However, the Korea Meteorological Administration predicts that there is a possibility of rain in Jeju Island on the 3rd, the weekend.
The Korea Meteorological Agency analyzed that unless there is a change, such as a sudden slowdown or expansion of the North Pacific high pressure, it is very likely to travel down Honshu, the Japanese mainland.