Weather Throughout the weekend, the whole country is generally chilly in the flower springs… Gangwon inland below freezing

Sansuyu Pin Daegu / Photo = Yonhap News

On Saturday, the 19th, it is generally chilly across the country, and cold weather will come. In addition, it is mostly cloudy and there is news of rain or snow in the country. A lot of snow is expected in the Gangwon Mountains.

On the 18th, the Korea Meteorological Administration predicted that rain and snow would mostly stop in the late afternoon, but that it would continue into the night in some areas, such as Yeongdong, Gangwon.

From the previous day, 5 to 20 cm in the mountainous regions of Gangwon and northeast of Gyeongbuk, more than 10 cm in the inland of southern Gyeonggi and the central and northern regions of North Chungcheong, 3 to 8 cm in southern and eastern parts of Gyeonggi and inland of Gangwon, inland northern Chungcheong, central and northern Chungbuk, and inland northwest of Gyeongbuk The Korea Meteorological Administration predicted that centimeters of snow would accumulate.

In addition, 1 to 5 cm in the metropolitan area (excluding southern and eastern Gyeonggi), Gangwon eastern coast, southern Chungcheong inland, southern Chungcheong, and Gyeongbuk inland (excluding northwest inland), 1-3 in North Chungcheong Province west coast, eastern Jeonbuk, Gyeongbuk eastern coast, and western Gyeongsang inland Centimeters of snowfall have been predicted. The amount of rain falling across the country from the previous day was predicted to be 5 to 30 mm.

The minimum temperature in the morning will be 0 to 7 degrees, and the highest temperature during the day will be 3 to 11 degrees. The concentration of fine dust is expected to show a ‘good’ to ‘normal’ level in the entire area as it diffuses smoothly into the atmosphere.

In the East Sea, the wind will be very strong and the waves will be high, so sailing or fishing vessels should be careful. The wave heights of the deep inner sea (the distant sea within about 200 km from the coastline) are expected to be 1.5 to 4.0 m in the East Sea and 1.0 to 4.0 m in the West and South Seas.

Jang Ji-min, Guest Reporter at

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