Sultry afternoon with heat advisory, heavy monsoon rain returns tonight_190718

good afternoon the monsoon front dropped heavy showers and the southern provinces until this morning but rain will taper off during the day but pick up later again tonight and the southern coastal regions are forecast to see up to 250 millimeters of torrential showers meanwhile those of us in the rain free areas will […]

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Hot and humid under mostly sunny skies, monsoon rain at times _ 070418

Typhoon Prapiroon lashed Korea’s Jeju Island and Gyeongsangnam-do coastline yesterday, but the typhoon has shifted course to the east. Parts of the East Sea and Korea’s easternmost islands of Dokdo and Ulleungdo are now under typhoon alerts with showers expected. Meanwhile, the rest of the country will have a very humid and hot day under […]

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Heatwave continues in Seoul, monsoon rain returns on Wednesday _ 070819

Sweating is the body’s way of cooling itself down,… but too much sweat can be uncomfortable and unpleasant. It can lead to damp shirts, sticky skin and body odor. Here are some natural and healthy things you can try using to sweat less this summer. Hello I’m Michelle Park here with the latest weather update. […]

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[Weather] China to share air quality forecast information with S. Korea

starting today South Korea and China will be exchanging data on air quality to improve their forecasting of pollution it’ll be especially useful to Korea whose air quality is influenced greatly by that of China Kim Jae Hee has this report the National Institute of Environmental Research says as of Friday Seoul and Beijing will […]

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Autumn monsoon to drop heavy rain in southern regions _ 083118

Good afternoon, central and northern regions have been seeing heavier showers, but now southern regions will need to brace for showers today into Saturday. Chungcheong-do Province and the northern parts of the Jeolla-do and Gyeongsang-do provinces could see 50 to 150 millimeters of rain, while southern coastal regions could see more than 200 millimeters of […]

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