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It looks like it's going to rain all week.

In particular, it is predicted that it will rain quite a bit in the central region, so you need to prepare for rain damage.

Correspondent Seo Dong-gyun.

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is an image of clouds around the Korean Peninsula.

The rain cloud belt developed on the Shandong Peninsula in China is affecting Korea along with the rainy season front.

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By tomorrow (28th), rain of 150 mm or more in northern Gyeonggi and northern Gangwon, 100 mm or more in the mountainous areas of Jeju Island and near Mt.

Heavy rain warnings are also expected in northern Gyeonggi and northern Gangwon, where rain is concentrated.

In the southern regions, showers due to atmospheric instability were predicted, with a range of 10 to 60 mm in Honam and southern Gyeongbuk.

The Korea Meteorological Administration (KMA) has warned that rain of more than 30 to 50 mm per hour can be concentrated in areas where it rains, and urged people to prepare for flood damage and safety accidents.

The low pressure that created today's rain clouds will develop further in the future, and it will rain heavy rain throughout the week.

In addition, it is expected to strengthen the rainy season front by expanding the power of the North Pacific high pressure island located south of Jeju Island.

The Korea Meteorological Administration predicted that heavy rain will fall mainly in the central region as the rainy season front is activated from Wednesday to Friday.

[Woo Jin-gyu / Meteorological Administration Forecast Analyst: In particular (the rainy season front) because the movement speed is very slow, the duration of heavy rain increases and there will be areas where the precipitation increases significantly…


There is not a small amount of rain this week and the period is long, so it is necessary to thoroughly prepare for accidents that can lead to human casualties such as soil spills and landslides.