Typhoon Kanun No. 6 is expected to pass through Korea from the morning of the 10th to the early morning of the 11th.
According to the Korea Meteorological Administration’s typhoon information and briefing on the morning of the 8th, Kanun moved north to the sea near 30km west of Tongyeong, Gyeongsangnam-do at 9:00 am on the 10th, then landed and continued to move northwest. I will reach
Kanun’s current location (as of 9:00 am on the 8th) is 300 km south of Kagoshima, Japan.
Kanun is expected to remain ‘strong’ in intensity when it lands in the country.
At 9:00 am on the 10th, the central air pressure of Canun was 970 hPa (hectopascal), the maximum wind speed at the center was 35 m/s (126 km/h), and the strong wind radius (area with wind speed of 15 m/s or more) and storm radius (area with wind speed of more than 25 m/s) were It is expected to be 310 km and 120 km, respectively.
When comparing the predicted routes of Kanun by the meteorological authorities of related countries, the predicted path by the Korea Meteorological Administration is the most easterly. The projected path of the canun by the Korea Meteorological Administration and other meteorological authorities shows a tendency to move westward little by little as time passes. It is difficult to rule out the possibility that the projected route of Kanun will move further west.
The main factors influencing the Kanun path include the force of the Kanun, the expansion of the North Pacific high pressure, and the pressure trough flowing into the upper atmosphere from the north of Korea.
At 10:30 am on the same day, Typhoon Ran No. 7 developed in the sea southeast of Tokyo, Japan. Although Ran will not directly interact with Kanun, it is expected to affect the North Pacific high pressure expansion and affect Kanun’s path.
According to the Korea Meteorological Administration, the forecasts of numerical forecasting models in each country also vary widely for the time point after Kanun passed Kagoshima, Japan.
The Korean Numerical Forecasting Model ( KIM ) strongly believes that Kanun’s force is similar to the present, the North Pacific high pressure expansion is weak, and the interaction between Kanun and the northern pressure trough is strong, so that Kanun moves northward along the east coast.
The European Medium-term Forecasting Center model ( ECMWF ) suggested that the Kanun’s force would be similar to the current one like KIM , and that the north Pacific high pressure expansion would be strong and the interaction with the northern pressure trough weak, and that it would pass through the center of the Korean Peninsula.
The British Meteorological Office Unified Model ( UM ) predicts that both Kanun’s force and North Pacific high pressure expansion will be strong, and that interaction with the northern pressure trough will be weak, making it likely that Kanun will pass through Jeollanam-do and advance into the West Sea toward China’s Shandong Peninsula.
According to forecasts from national meteorological authorities, heavy rain and strong winds are expected across the country.
As of 10:30 am on the same day, a typhoon warning was issued for the outer sea in the eastern part of the South Sea, and a typhoon먹튀검증 preliminary warning was issued for the entire inland area and most of the sea.
Typhoon preliminary alerts were issued in Jeju on the afternoon of the 9th, the southern coast of Jeonnam and Gyeongnam on the night of the 9th, the entire southern region and southern Chungcheong on the morning of the 10th, the entire Chungcheong region and southern Gyeonggi and southern Gangwon on the morning of the 10th, and the entire metropolitan area and Gangwon on the afternoon of the 10th. It will be turned into a typhoon warning.
If you look at the expected precipitation, it will rain in Yeongdong, Gangwon-do, between the 9th and 11th, between 200 and 400 mm, and up to 600 mm or more.
Gangwon Yeongseo is expected to rain 80 to 120 mm, up to 150 mm or more.
Predicted precipitation in other regions is 80-120mm in the metropolitan area and the 5 west seas (more than 150mm in many places), 100-200mm in the west coast of Chungnam, Daejeon, and inland Chungcheongnam-do, and 80-120mm in Sejong and northern Chungcheong inland (more than 150mm in many places). ), Gwangju · Honam 100 ~ 200㎜ (more than 300㎜ in many places in southern Jeollanam-do and Jeolla-do inland), Daegu · Gyeongbuk · Busan · Ulsan · Gyeongnam 100 ~ 200㎜ (up to 400㎜ or more near Mt. 300 mm or more in many places in the mountains of Ulsan, Gyeongsang, and North Gyeongsang Province), 80 to 120 mm in Ulleungdo and Dokdo, and 100 to 200 mm in Jeju (more than 300 mm and more than 400 mm in many mountainous and mid-mountainous places, respectively).
Up to 40 to 60 mm of rain may fall in Gangwon-do, Yeong-dong, the Gyeongsang coast, the interior of the western Gyeongsang region, the eastern part of Jeolla, and Jeju. In Yeongdong, Gangwon, in particular, there is a possibility that a ‘water bomb’ may fall at a rate of 60 to 80 mm per hour, and up to 100 mm per hour depending on the region.
In other areas, it will rain around 30 mm per hour.
The Korea Meteorological Administration requested that preparations be made in advance as high-temperature and high-humidity air blown by the counterclockwise rotation of the typhoon enters Korea and collides with terrain such as mountains, causing rain even before the cloud belt enters.