As Typhoon Nanmadol is heading north, strong winds and rain are blowing around the east coast.

The effect of the typhoon will continue until noon today (19th). For more information, please contact the weather center.

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The blue sky is exposed inland, but the east coast is currently in a typhoon emergency.

Currently, Typhoon Nanmadol is moving north about 260 km north of Kagoshima, Japan, and it still maintains a strong force.

It is predicted that in the future, it will turn to the east and move further and further away from Korea along the Japanese archipelago, but it is affecting mainly the Yeongnam coast, which is within the radius of strong winds right now.

If you look at the radar image, it is currently raining all over the east coast due to rain clouds coming from the east.

In particular, in the Yeongdong region, it is raining at a rate of about 20 mm per hour.

Above all, the wind is strong, and as a gust of 30 m/s was observed, a strong wind advisory was issued for most coastal areas.

A typhoon warning is in effect for the Yeongnam coast and the sea, which are directly affected.

Rain and wind will continue in the future.

Until today, it will rain more than 100mm on Ulleungdo and Dokdo, and up to 80mm on the east coast.

Please take good care of the facility.

On the other hand, the inland is with a blue sky today, and as the wind blows, the daytime temperature in Seoul will be 27 degrees Celsius and the weather will be cool.

After the typhoon subsides, cool autumn weather with mostly clear skies will continue.

(Tae-Bin Yang, Weather Caster)