Typhoon 'Nanmadol' is heading north toward Japan.

In terms of career path, Korea will move out of the way, but Jeju and Yeongnam will be affected.

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Typhoon Nanmadol is currently on land about 210 km south-southeast of Kagoshima, Japan.

In the future, this typhoon will turn to the northeast and move along the Japanese archipelago. Although it will not go directly to Korea, it will affect mainly Jeju and Yeongnam provinces because of the large radius of strong winds.

If you look now, a typhoon warning is issued for the southern seas and a strong wind advisory is issued for Jeju Island.

Also, rain will be extended to the Yeongnam region at night, starting with Jeju and Yeongdong.

The expected amount of rain by tomorrow is 150 mm or more on the Yeongnam coast, up to 100 mm in Yeongdong, and up to 80 mm in the inland areas of Gyeongnam and Yeongnam.

Here, in the coastal area, a very strong wind with a maximum instantaneous wind speed of about 25 m/s blows, so you need to take good care of the facilities.

On the other hand, an untimely heat wave is prevalent in the western inland.

Heat wave warnings have been issued throughout the inland.

The typhoon effect will continue until tomorrow, and after that, it will be mostly clear and cool autumn weather.

(Tae-Bin Yang, Weather Caster)