Typhoon No. 6 ‘Kanun’ is expected to turn a little further to the west and penetrate the metropolitan area close to Seoul. Estimated Route Tomorrow (10th) I will land on the south coast at around 7 am and 8 am, and then I
will go straight north.
The problem is that the movement speed is very slow. After landing tomorrow morning, we will head north at around 20 km per hour.
This is in sharp contrast to the short time spent on the Korean Peninsula by moving quickly at 50 km/h of Hinnamno, which landed on the southern coast last year.
There are also claims that this slow rise resembles the 2002 Rusa, which suffered the most damage ever.
Yes, in 2002, the speed of Rusa’s movement slowed to 15 km/h, and 870 mm of water bombs were poured in a day only in Gangneung alone, causing damages of about 5 trillion won nationwide. However, it is difficult to make a simple comparison because the disaster prevention system has changed compared to 20 years ago.
Then, Typhoon Kanun, why is it moving so slowly?
Currently, the Tibetan high pressure on the left and the North Pacific high pressure on the right are moderately apart around the Korean Peninsula토토사이트. Because of this, there is no force to push the typhoon strongly in Korea, so the movement speed is also slow. Here, the hot seawater continues to feed the Kanun energy so that it does not lose its strength.
Various preparations are being made as the critical level of the crisis is issued following Typhoon Kanun north.
Yes, according to the Central Disaster and Safety Countermeasure Headquarters, 5 beaches in the Gyeongsangnam-do region are now controlled, 13 roads including underground roads and 15 forest roads are also controlled. Korea Railroad Corporation is adjusting the speed and time of train operation from today to the day after tomorrow.
In addition, while typhoon warnings were issued in the southern seas, evacuation orders were issued for all coastal areas of Jeju.
Yes, I hope this typhoon passes without major damage, because tomorrow we are preparing a special typhoon report, so please continue to listen to JTBC news.