Although the metropolitan area has weakened, it is still raining heavily in Chungcheong and Jeonbuk.
Heavy rain will continue until tomorrow (12th).
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This is from Taebin Caster.
The rain that continues every day is wild and scary.
Although the rain has subsided in Seoul now, traces of the damage from heavy rain remain intact throughout the city, like the image of Yangjaecheon Stream in Seoul behind me now.
Rain clouds that have poured a lot of rain in the metropolitan area are now descending to Chungcheong and Jeollabuk-do.
As strong rain clouds flow in from the West Sea, torrential downpours exceeding 30 mm per hour are pouring in some areas of Jeollabuk-do.
Accordingly, heavy rain warnings have been issued for Chungcheong and northern Jeollabuk-do, as well as other regions and northern Gyeongsangbuk-do.
More rain is expected in these areas in the future.
As the North Pacific high pressure expands, it is expected that rain clouds will gradually descend to the south and end tomorrow morning.
The expected amount of rain is still very high in the Honam region, with 120mm or more until tomorrow.
In addition, up to 100 mm of rain will fall in southern Chungcheong and northern Gyeongbuk, and 10 to 60 mm in northern Chungcheong and southern Gyeongsangbuk-do.
In Seoul, there will be little rain with less than 5mm.
Since it has already rained a lot and the ground is in a weakened state, we cannot let go of the tension.
Today's daytime temperature is 28 degrees in Seoul and Gwangju.
This rain is expected to end tomorrow, but there is a possibility of strong rain from the central region again early next week, so you need to keep an eye on additional weather conditions.
(Tae-Bin Yang, Weather Caster)