Typhoon No. 6 ‘Kanun’ is expected to penetrate the Korean Peninsula after landing in Tongyeong, Gyeongsangnam-do on the 10th. In particular, as the typhoon passes through the southern coast, it is likely to retain water vapor and increase its power, and the speed is also slow, so typhoon damage is expected to be great.

The Korea Meteorological Administration held an occasional forecast briefing on the 9th and said, “Typhoon Kanun is predicted to land on the south coast on the morning of the 10th and then head north to North Korea in the early morning of the 11th.”

As of 9 am on this day, the typhoon is moving northwest at a speed of 12 km per hour in the sea around 360 km southeast of Seogwipo, Jeju Island. The typhoon is expected to reach land around 40 km northwest of Tongyeong, Gyeongsangnam-do, around 9 am on the 10th.

Afterwards, it will pass through the country to the vicinity of Seoul around 9:00 pm on the 10th, and then cross over to North Korea around 3:00 am on the 11th.

The expected precipitation by region until the 11th, when the typhoon recedes, is ▲Seoul, Incheon, Gyeonggi, and the 5th West Sea 100~200㎜ ▲Gangwon Yeongdong 200~400㎜ (more than 600㎜ in many places), Gangwon Yeongseo 100~200㎜ ▲Daejeon· Sejong · Chungnam, Chungbuk 100 ~ 200㎜.

Also ▲Gwangju Jeolla 100~200㎜ (more than 300㎜ in many places) ▲Daegu·Gyeongbuk, Busan·Ulsan·Gyeongnam 100~300㎜ (more than 400㎜ in many places), Ulleungdo·Dokdo 30~80㎜ ▲Jeju Island 100~200 mm (more than 300 mm in many places).

In particular, from morning to tomorrow (10th), very strong rain of 40 to 60 mm (more than 100 mm in many places) per hour will fall in Yeongdong, Gangwon, the Gyeongsang region coast, the west Gyeongsang inland, the interior of the eastern part of Jeolla, the southern coast of Jeollanam-do, and Jeju Island. In other areas, there may be places where it rains around 30 mm per hour.

During the period affected by typhoons, there is a high possibility of strong winds with instantaneous wind speeds of around 40 m/s along with heavy rain, so we must pay special attention to safety accidents.

Currently, Kanun is moving to a ‘strong’ state, which is expected to먹튀검증 continue until the morning of the 10th. The intensity of ‘Kang’ is 33 to 44 m per second instantaneous wind speed, and has enough force to derail a train.

However, around 3:00 pm on the 10th, the intensity will weaken to ‘medium’ level as it passes over land about 20 km southeast of Cheongju. The ‘middle’ stage is an instantaneous wind speed of 25 to 25 m/s, which is strong enough to blow off the roof.

In particular, it is expected that Kanun will penetrate the country relatively slowly and will cause a lot of damage.

Kanun is currently heading north toward Korea at 12 km per hour, and it is expected to move at a speed of around 20 km by the 10th.

This is similar to Typhoon Rusa in 2002, which caused more than 5 trillion won in property damage. At the time, it penetrated the whole country at 15 km/h and rained more than 870 mm in one day in Gangneung, and property damage was the highest ever.

In addition, as the water temperature in the South Sea of ​​Korea is currently approaching 29 degrees, it has favorable conditions for the development of typhoons, so there is a high possibility that it will land inland with water vapor and larger body.

After landing on the southern coast, the typhoon is likely to move in a curved shape under the influence of mountain ranges.

An official from the Korea Meteorological Administration said, “As strong winds are expected along with strong and heavy rain nationwide, we will need to be fully prepared for typhoons.”

Meanwhile, Typhoon No. 7 ‘Ran’ is moving west at a speed of 3 km per hour in the sea around 1440 km south-southeast of Tokyo, Japan as of 9 am on the same day. Afterwards, it is expected to gradually approach the sea south of Japan and arrive at sea around 320 km south-southwest of Tokyo around 9 am on the 14th.

However, while the barometer around the Korean Peninsula is expected to be significantly reorganized after Typhoon Kanun No. Accordingly, it is still uncertain whether ‘Ran’ will affect Korea.

Typhoon Ran is a name submitted by the United States and means ‘storm’ in the Marshall Islands native language.

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