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A preliminary heavy snow advisory has been issued for Wednesday evening in Seoul and surrounding areas, the state weather agency said. Seoul and western Gyeonggi Province are expected to receive 3 to 10 centimeters of snowfall, while eastern Gyeonggi Province and parts of Gangwon Province are expected to receive up to 15 cm, according to...
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Typhoon Maysak, expected to hit southern parts of Korea on Wednesday and Thursday, is forecast to intensify into a “very strong” storm late Monday, the weather agency said. According to the Korea Meteorological Administration, as of 9 a.m. Monday, the ninth typhoon of the year was 470 kilometers south of the island of Okinawa, Japan,...
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Torrential rains that pounded much of the country over the weekend and Monday are expected to continue, putting authorities on high alert to further damage to regions that have already seen significant casualties and property damage. At least six are dead and several are unaccounted for since the rains began, as heavy rain prompted flash...
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daejeon rain fall featured hab korea
Nearly 200 millimeters of rain battered Daejeon and neighboring areas in central South Korea on Thursday, leaving one person dead and hundreds of homes and cars submerged. According to the Korea Meteorological Administration (KMA), 197 mm of rain fell in Daejeon, 150 kilometers south of Seoul, from 6 p.m. Wednesday to 11 a.m. Thursday, followed...
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seoul weather
The Seoul metropolitan area was shrouded by heavy fine dust concentrations for the second straight day on Wednesday, forcing local governments to issue a fine dust advisory and take emergency emission reduction measures. These included a mandatory alternate no-driving system for public vehicles and a road ban on old diesel cars. A constant influx of...
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Three people were injured and dozens evacuated after Typhoon Mitag swept through Jeju Island Wednesday on its way to Korea’s southern region. According to the Ministry of Interior and Safety, three Jeju residents were injured and dozens of buildings damaged when the typhoon brought heavy rain and powerful winds to the island. As a result,...
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Another typhoon is barreling toward the Korean Peninsula. Typhoon Mitag ― classified as “small” with the maximum sustained winds of 97 kph ― was 720 kilometers northeast of the Philippines as of 9 a.m. Sunday. The storm is moving northeast and is expected to reach the peninsula with torrential rain and strong winds on Wednesday,...
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