Up to 60 mm of rain since dawn in the metropolitan area…gusty winds, thunder and lightning also possible
It will be hot on Saturday, the 10th, with daytime temperatures rising to around 30 degrees, mainly in the southern inland, amid rain across the country.
The Korea Meteorological Administration predicted that rain will fall in the Seoul metropolitan area and Gangwon-Yeongseo and Chungnam regions from early in the day due to the influence of a pressure ridge passing through the north. It will also rain in Gangwon-Yeongdong토토사이트, Chungbuk, Jeonbuk, Gyeongbuk Inland, and Gyeongnam Northwest Inland from the afternoon.
The expected precipitation through the 11th is 10 to 60 mm in the Seoul metropolitan area and Chungcheongbuk-do, 5 to 40 mm in Gangwon-do, Jeollabuk-do, Gyeongbuk-do, and the West Sea, and 5 to 20 mm in the northwestern part of Gyeongnam.
In areas of strong rain, there are strong gusts of wind around 70 kilometers per hour. Be careful not to damage facilities such as construction sites and greenhouses, and to avoid secondary damage caused by falling objects.
Morning lows are expected to be 15 to 20 degrees and daytime highs are expected to be 24 to 31 degrees.
The expected minimum temperatures in major cities are: Seoul 19 degrees, Incheon 17 degrees, Chuncheon 16 degrees, Gangneung 20 degrees, Daejeon 19 degrees, Daegu 19 degrees, Jeonju 19 degrees, Gwangju 20 degrees, Busan 19 degrees, Jeju 19 degrees.
Highs are expected to be 28 degrees in Seoul, 25 degrees in Incheon, 27 degrees in Chuncheon, 27 degrees in Gangneung, 27 degrees in Daejeon, 30 degrees in Daegu, 31 degrees in Jeonju, 30 degrees in Gwangju, 31 degrees in Busan, 26 degrees in Busan, and 28 degrees in Jeju.
From dawn to 9 a.m., sea fog will enter the west and south coasts.
For the time being, there will be sea fog in the West Sea, South Sea, and Jeju Sea. Until the 11th, there will be gusty winds, thunder and lightning on the west and east coasts, so be aware of maritime safety accidents.
Fine dust concentration is expected to be ‘good’ or ‘moderate’ throughout the region.