On the 8th, which is the beginning of autumn, the heatwave will continue except for Yeongdong, Gangwon.
The expected path of Typhoon Kanun No. 6 was to land on the southern coast between Gyeongnam and Jeonnam, and moved westward than before. However, there is no change in the fact that the Kanun strong wind radius (the area where the wind blows over 15㎧) is more than 300 km, so it is expected to affect the whole country.
On the 8th, it will be very hot with the perceived temperature rising above 35 degrees in most areas except for Yeongdong, Gangwon and the eastern mountains of North Gyeongsang Province. In Yeongdong, Gangwon and the east coast of Gyeongbuk, the east wind blows from the sea and it rains, and the daytime temperature will stay around 30 degrees.
The temperature this morning was 23 to 27 degrees nationwide.
At 8 a.m., the temperature in major cities is 26.5 degrees in Seoul, 27.3 degrees in Incheon, 27.6 degrees in Daejeon, 26.0 degrees in Gwangju, 26.8 degrees in Daegu, 25.7 degrees in Ulsan, and 27.2 degrees in Busan.
The highest temperature during the day is expected to be 26-37 degrees.
The highest temperature in major cities is expected to be 36 degrees in Seoul, Incheon and Daejeon, 37 degrees in Gwangju, 35 degrees in Daegu and Busan, and 33 degrees in Ulsan.
In Yeongdong, Gangwon, the east coast of North Gyeongsang Province, and Jeju, the east wind carrying water vapor from the sea hits the Taebaek Mountains, so it will rain occasionally.
The expected precipitation is 10 to 60 mm in Yeongdong, Gangwon and the east coast of North Gyeongsang Province, 5 to 20 mm in Ulleungdo and Dokdo, and 5 to 60 mm in Jeju.
Showers due to atmospheric instability will fall throughout the afternoon and evening in southern Gyeonggi, southern inland Gangwon, Chungcheong, and southern regions (excluding the east coast of Gyeongbuk).
Rainfall per hour can reach around 30 mm (30 to 60 mm in Chungnam and Honam), so be prepared. In fact, on the evening of the 7th, as the cloud belt of a strong shower stagnated, 87mm of rain poured in an hour in Songdo, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon.
Typhoon Kanun is heading north at 7 km per hour in the sea 350 km south of Kagoshima, Japan at 3 am on the same day. Kanun is expected to land in a ‘strong’ state after passing 170 km east of Seogwipo at 3:00 am on the 10th and reaching 30 km southwest of Tongyeong on the morning of the same day.
In the typhoon information announced at 10:00 p.m. the previous day, the Korea Meteorological Administration adjusted and maintained the predicted Kanun route to the west.The Japan Meteorological Agency and the weather authorities of neighboring countries, which had predicted that Kanun would land on the South Jeolla coast and move north via Chungnam, now predict that Kanun will move to the west rather than the east when the Korean peninsula is divided in half vertically.
As currently expected, the center of Kanun will pass very close to Seoul.
Heavy rains and strong winds will blow across the country because of Kanun.
On the 9th, while precipitation is expected in Yeongdong, North Gyeongsang Province, and Jeju, the area of precipitation will gradually expand to Chungcheong and southern regions in the afternoon and throughout the country at night.
It will rain throughout the country on the 10th and in the central region until the morning on the 11th.
Looking at the expected precipitation for 9 to 10 days by region, the metropolitan area and the 5 West Seas are 50 to 100 mm (more than 150 mm in many places), 200 to 400 mm in Yeongdong, Gangwon (more than 500 mm in many places), and 50 to 100 mm in Yeongseo, Gangwon (more than 500 mm in many places). 150 mm or more).
Chungcheong and Jeolla regions are 50 to 100 mm (more than 150 mm in many places in Chungcheong region, more than 200 mm in many places in eastern Jeolla), and 100 to 200 mm in Gyeongsang region (more than 300 mm in many places in western Gyeongsangbuk-do, Ulsan, and east coast of Gyeongsangbuk-do, many places in western Gyeongsangnam-do메이저사이트). 400 mm or more in places), 50 to 100 mm in Ulleungdo and Dokdo, and 50 to 150 mm in Jeju (300 mm and 200 mm or more in many places, respectively, in mountainous and mid-mountainous areas), rain is expected.
From the afternoon of the 9th to the 10th, the maximum instantaneous wind speed estimate is around 145km (40㎧) per hour along the Gyeongsang coast, 90-125km per hour (25-35㎧) per hour in Yeongdong, Gangwon, Gyeongsang inland, South Jeolla Province, and Jeju, Incheon, the west coast of Gyeonggi, and Jeju. It is 70 to 110 km (20 to 30 ㎧) per hour in Gyeonggi Namdong Inland, Gangwon Yeongseo, Chungcheong, and Honam (excluding Jeonnam and South Coast), and 55 to 90 km (15 to 25 ㎧) per hour in the rest of the metropolitan area.
For the time being, it is better not to go to the coast as high waves will be pushed in as swells flow into the coasts across the country.
Currently, the wind blows at 35 to 65 km/h (10 to 18 ㎧) in the southern and eastern parts of Jeju, the central part of the East Sea (excluding the outer sea), and the southern part of the East Sea (excluding the outer sea), where storm warnings have been issued. I will rise as high as 1.5 to 4.0 m.
Storm warnings will be gradually expanded to all seas and will be changed to typhoon warnings in line with the northern Kanun. When the typhoon approaches, the wind in the sea will become stronger at 70-115 km/h (20-32 m/s), and the wave height will rise to 3.0-7.0 m (more than 8.0 m in the Jeju Sea, Nam Sea, and Southern East Sea).
At 3 am on the 8th, tropical depression No. 13 developed in the sea 1,220 km north-northeast of Guam.
This tropical low pressure area is expected to develop into Typhoon