A whopping 43.4cm of snow fell in Misiryeong, Gangwon-do.

Due to heavy snowfall and accidents where vehicles slipped, the Misiryeong East-West Passing Road was controlled, and traffic congestion was serious due to the large number of detouring cars.

A heavy snow warning has been issued in Gangwon-do, and heavy snow warnings are in effect in northern Gyeonggi Province and northern Gyeonggi Province.

By 6 PM, snow fell and piled up 39cm in Jinburyeong, 16cm in Gangneung, and 4cm in Pocheon.

The Meteorological Administration predicted that by tomorrow (2nd) afternoon, heavy snowfall of 10 to 40 cm, or more than 50 cm, will pour in Yeong-dong, Gangwon-do.

In the Yeongseo area of ​​Gangwon-do, 5~15cm of snow will fall until tomorrow morning, and there are places where 3~8cm of snow falls and accumulates in northern Gyeonggi, eastern Gyeonggi, and northern Gyeongbuk.

There is a possibility of 1~5cm of snow in Chungbuk, and about 1cm of snow in Seoul.

In particular, this snow is a heavy'wet snow' that contains moisture.

It is much heavier than normal snow as it is supplied with moisture from the East Sea through the east wind.

It rained a lot as the strong cyclones passed.

Today alone, 216mm of rain was poured into Hallasan in Jeju Island, 77mm in Baegunsan, Jeollanam-do, 67mm in Dangjin, and 65mm in Yangpyeong, Gyeonggi-do.

In Seoul, the average rainfall in March is 47.2mm, but it rained more than 60mm a day.

The rain for the month of March was poured out in a single day.

The Meteorological Administration predicted that this rain and snow will stop tomorrow morning in western regions such as Seoul, Chungcheong, and Honam.

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