As the second rainy season adds to the typhoon’s steam, heavy rain of around 50mm per hour and up to 200mm or more will pour in places until tomorrow.
Again, it is flexible, but next week there is a possibility that Typhoon No. 11 ‘Haikui’ will move north to the vicinity of the Korean Peninsula, so be careful.
This is reporter Jung Hye-yoon’s report.
Rain clouds in the form of long and narrow bands flow inland from the northwest.
It is a so-called secondary rainy season
created between cold air in the north and warm air in the south with rain clouds accompanied by a stagnation front.
Rain clouds poured heavy rain around 30mm per hour in the central region.
During the night, rain clouds will gradually move southward, and localized heavy rain of around 50mm per hour is expected to pour throughout the south until the 31st.
The Korea Meteorological Administration predicted heavy rain of up to 200 mm or more in Busan and the south coast of Gyeongnam, and up to 150 mm or more in the eastern part of Jeonnam and the mountains of Jeju Island.
Heavy rain of up to 80 to 120 mm is expected in the rest of the country as well.
[Kong Sang-min/ Meteorological Administration Forecast Analyst: 토토사이트As the edge of the cold front and high pressure converge, strong precipitation of 30 to 60 mm (per hour) will affect it, and there may be thunderstorms accompanied by gusts in areas with heavy rain.] Especially in the second half of the
week As a large amount of hot water vapor flows in from the south where the typhoon is located, strong and heavy rain is likely to be concentrated on the southern coast and some inland areas.
[Lee Hyeon-ho / Professor of Atmospheric Science, Kongju University: When the rainy season front passes through Korea, when a typhoon approaches, the water vapor from the typhoon can affect the power lines. Some computer model results suggest that Typhoon No. 11 ‘Haikui’ is actually strengthening the front line near our country… .]
In particular, Typhoon No. 11 ‘Haikui’ may move north to the vicinity of Korea next week, so special attention is required.
This is because some prediction models using supercomputers simulate the course of Typhoon No. 11 ‘Haikui’ as the Korea Strait or the West Sea.
The Korea Meteorological Administration asked for thorough preparation for heavy rain, saying that although the course and intensity of Typhoon No. 11 are very flexible, there is a high possibility that strong rain clouds will form in places in the second half of the week and next week due to the influence of the typhoon in the second rainy season.