Typhoon No. 9 goes to China, No. 10 goes to Japan… Korean peninsula variable number 11?

Following Typhoon No. 9 ‘Saola’ and Typhoon No. 10 ‘Damrei’, Typhoon No. 11 ‘Haikui’ was expected to occur on the 28th. The 9th and 10th typhoons will not have a significant impact on the Korean Peninsula as they head to China and Japan, respectively, but the path of the 11th typhoon is difficult to predict so far. According to the Korea Meteorological Administration on the 27th, as of 3:00 p.m., the 19th tropical depression located in the sea about 460 km north-northwest of Guam is expected to develop into

the 11th typhoon Haikui on the 28th . Haikui is a name submitted by China and means sea anemone. Haikui is expected to approach the sea about 640 km southeast of Okinawa, Japan on the 1st of next month while moving northwest.

Previously, on the 24th and 25th, typhoons No. 9 and No. 10 occurred consecutively. The two typhoons are expected to push each other and head to China and Japan, respectively, so it is not expected to have a major impact in Korea. Typhoon Saola No. 9, which has developed to the level of ‘very strong’ in intensity, is expected to land in southern China on the 1st of next month after penetrating the southern region of Taiwan. Typhoon Damrei, No. 10, is expected to메이저놀이터 pass over the sea east of Tokyo, Japan, and transform into an extratropical cyclone on the 29th.

The tropical depression, which is expected to develop into the 11th typhoon, is still in a situation of great uncertainty, such as different global models predicting different paths. Park Jeong-min, a forecast analyst at the Korea Meteorological Administration, said, “In the southern low-latitude tropical sea, the activities of typhoons No. 9 to 10 and low pressure vortices (which can develop into typhoons) are becoming more active.” This is a very big situation,” he explained.

The Korea Meteorological Administration said, “Tomorrow (28th) and the day after tomorrow (29th) it will rain occasionally in most areas of the country, especially the day after tomorrow, in the metropolitan area and around Yeongseo, Namhaean, and Jirisan in Gangwon, where there is strong and heavy rain accompanied by gusts of wind, thunder and lightning. There will be,” he predicted. The expected precipitation until the 29th is 30 to 80 mm in the metropolitan area, such as Seoul, and it is expected that there will be many places with more than 100 mm of rain in the northern part of Gyeonggi.

Even after the 30th, there is a possibility of heavy rain in the form of the autumn rainy season as a stagnant front is formed around the southern region. Forecast analyst Park said, “As warm and humid air flows in from the south and cold and dry air flows in from the north, there is a possibility that low pressure will develop or even a stagnant front will appear.”

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