Yellow dust in most of the country on Sunday… Metropolitan area and central area ‘bad’

On Sunday, the 21st, the highest daytime temperature in some areas will rise by nearly 30 degrees, and yellow dust is expected to be observed in most areas across the country.

The Korea Meteorological Administration said on the 20th, “Tomorrow (21st) daytime temperatures will be similar to or slightly higher than normal years (maximum temperature 22-27 degrees). In particular, it predicted that the daytime temperature would rise to nearly 30 degrees tomorrow, centering on the inland Chungcheong and Gyeongsang regions, and it would be hot.” The temperature tomorrow morning is 15 degrees in Seoul, 20 degrees in Gangneung, 15 degrees in Gwangju, and 16 degrees in Daegu, and the daytime temperature is expected to be 24 degrees in Seoul, 30 degrees in Gangneung, 26 degrees in Gwangju, and 28 degrees in Daegu.

While the whole country is cloudy, it rained in some areas overnight. Between midnight and 6 am on the 21st, there is a place where it rains accompanied by thunder and lightning along with gusts at one time in the metropolitan area and Yeongseo, Gangwon, and the Korea Meteorological Administration predicted that less than 0.1mm of raindrops will fall in North Chungcheong and the inland of western Gyeongbuk.

From this night to tomorrow morning, there is a place with thick fog with visibility less than 200m centered on the central west coast, the Jeolla region토토사이트, and the inland of Gyeongnam. In the west coast of Chungcheongnam-do and the coast of Jeolla-seo, there are places where thick fog and drizzling rain fall. According to the Korea Meteorological Administration, bridges adjacent to the coast (Yeongjong Bridge, Incheon Bridge, Seohae Bridge, Cheonsa Bridge, etc.) and roads adjacent to rivers, lakes, and valleys are covered in thicker fog than the surrounding areas. Please be careful not to cause any damage.

From the dawn of the 21st, yellow dust is expected to be observed in most areas across the country. On the 18th, yellow dust from the Gobi Desert and the Inner Mongolia Plateau continued to blow toward Korea, riding on the northwest wind from the Bohai Sea. Accordingly, the concentration of fine dust in the metropolitan area, Gangwon area, and Chungcheong area is expected to be ‘bad’, and ‘normal’ in other areas.

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.