Non-metropolitan areas throughout the country, Chungcheong North 150mm right until tomorrow… Daytime significant of 35 degrees

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Saturday the 13th will be mostly cloudy with rain across the state.

The rain will begin in the metropolitan spot, Yeongseo, Chungcheong, and Jeolla in the morning and spread to most of the region other than Yeongdong, Gangwon and the east coast of Gyeongsang Province throughout the working day. From the afternoon to the early morning of the 14th, potent rain of 30 mm for every hour accompanied by gusts of wind and thunder and lightning are found in the metropolitan area, Yeongseo, Gangwon, and northern Chungcheong.

The envisioned precipitation for the 13th and 14th is the central location (besides Yeongdong, Gangwon), the northern inland Gyeongbuk, 30-80 mm of the West Sea 5 degrees, Yeongdong from Gangwon, the southern locations (except inland north Gyeongbuk ), Jeju Island, Ulleungdo and Dokdo 5-40 mm. In specific, it will rain much more than 150 mm in the metropolitan spot and north Chungcheong.

The Korea Meteorological Administration (KMA) urged, “The ground has been weakened by a whole lot of rain lately, and there is a hazard of destruction in spots with more large rain.”

The most affordable temperature in the early morning is expected to be 20-27 degrees, and the maximum temperature for the duration of the day is predicted to be 27-35 levels. It will be incredibly sizzling in numerous destinations in the southern area the place the greatest practical temperature rises to all around 33-35 levels. There are numerous areas wherever tropical evenings (bare minimum temperature of 25 degrees or more at evening) show up all through the evening, centered on the southern regions and Jeju Island.

The wonderful dust concentration is anticipated to be ‘good’ to ‘normal’ in all areas.

Sea waves will increase from .5 to 1. m off the East Sea, West Sea and South Sea. In the sea, there will be thunderstorms alongside with gusts in the Western and Eastern Seas for now.

Hana Kim, reporter at

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